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VOL. 27. 



THE BRIflSH COLOJVIST 

PUBLISHED DAILY BY 

DAVID W. HIGG1NS* 

THKMS ; 

neYo a r,(lnadvuuce) 110 00 

Ix Mouths, da 6 00 

Three Months do - 6 

One VYoak 88 

WEEKLY BRITISH COLONIST 

"i'CBLISUKD WEDNK9DAY MOKN1NQ, 

TT3 K LVL 3 3 
INCLUDING rOSTAQK. 

One Tear 9» 0J 

Six Months - - » J" 

Throo Months *„J° 

PAYABLE INVARIABLY IN ADVANOK. 
OFFICE— Colonist Building, Uovcruiueul Slreet, n ar 
Yatoa . 

.lamo Ha-vey - JfunUmo, V. 1 

A Home IT'l... 

U B Murray New Wosta ustel 

buriiard'o bixpress • ■ 

lio Vauwlnkle 

So ::::::: >v ohfl ?, d 

ur) Darkervlll 

,i„ " " Caicorontcwn 

CI nt.n 

Crosby A Lowe,..'.'..'.'.'.'." Olyinpla, VV.T 

>; J Toombs Seattle, if l 

Uuvid Sires - i\)rl lownseoo; 

BudBon M Monet .......Mew xors 

„ All ,„ r 11 Clement s> Lane, London 

O g lr V t . ' 30 Cornhnl. London 

THE 



— on— L 

OREGON 
BHEUMATIC CUES- 



HISTORY. 

Tills Remedy is compos»d of llio actlvo principle ot the 
Cnk Weed— Una. Ihaspium Cordatura UrlRluu, Lai.— 
Indigenous to Oregon Urowd moil ubundastly and pcr- 
lectfy in Washington Co 

PttOPBttTIES. ETC. 
It contains a-i ACTIVE VOI,»TII.K Principle, 
exirsctod by ather.and a billcrTOHIC Principle sol- 
ble In Alcohol. 

DIBDICAIi F'UOI'BBTIES AIVB USES., 

It Is tho most sure and Bpeedy euro for 

Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout and 
Bheumatic Pains of all kinds 

That was over Introduced '.n tho Materia Medici. The 
ErvK. WEED RUjIKDV, as prepared by Of, In 
consequence of the existing bitter prlnoiplo, possesses tho 
ucceisury virtue ol beiugu 

Powerful Tonic. 

rromnlmK tne Appetito and lnvlpor itlng the wtiolo III- 
■estive Apparatus, thin building up and strengthe-ting 
tho ■rstcin wniie at tii" sane tinio tbe volatile principle 
ems absorbed in the blood, acts specifically on the Rheu- 
matic Poison, removing it Irom the circulation and system 
' There are n few remedies known to the '.Judical Pro- 
fotsion Which will remove tlie It 1 enmalio Poison I urn 1 ie 
blood, but whose action IS SO powerful in depresMng tin- 
system of the already enfeebled rheumatic patient, that 
their uso has to bo abandoned belme specific cllects are 
obuiuable, benco the want of snccoss In treitiug this 
prevalent and in coiih. quence horctulore incurable disease 

Uoliko these Medicines, already known, the DNK 
W Hit Is ItUMGDV, though producing as powcrlul 
and as active ellccts on too bleed and systex In remov- 
ing the Rheumatic Poison, also possesses a strong TONIC 

,11,71 re ratine element which udmitB "I itH ei nil line J 

uio oven" by the mo't fit! "ate and debilitated. Thus we 
have tho cnmblaatlon lor tho first lime of theso two 
nce.FHary elements in una remedy, which m.xaunts lor 
Its superior and never lulling curative cllecls In 

Rheumatism, Bheumatic Gout and 
Bheumatic Fains of all kinds, 



FHEPARED AT THE 

OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY, 

Hy Da A Lohyka & Co.. La t Portland, Oregon. 
Agents for Brit »u Columbia. 

LANCibEY <5k CO , 

Yates -treet, Victor!. 



FURS FURS FURS 

mnn undkhhusnkd waving van- 

J itsntly on hand 



NEW 



eiving each BO 

FURS. 



t,e e to inform tbe public that In order o accommodate 
... ~ s „„« „,sinn2 to purchase small q lanlltles. which they 

I * I" lie ,!, an hitherto, owing to the fur, I.. 

l,T,H in Srst hands, thy have a, pointed [Mr W B VI. 
am 61 Wuarl »tr c . t, their Agent. Uiders Irom persons 

ZtUnt Martin, Mick, Flatter, l.yrx. Wolver- 
ine, Denver, Bllver Urrj ami Ucd Fox, 
or Land ami Sen Oner Finn. 
Hear t»Hlns, etc. , 
\fllt be promptly filled. This is an opportunity seldom 
to bo met with, as the furs of this wintei's hunt nro now 
all oil band. 

CUNNINCillAOJ * HANKIN, 
Port FsslDglon and Woodcock's Landing, Fork" i or 
BlverSkeens. 



VEGETABLE SICILIAN 
HAIR 
*KEKEWER> 

ITS EFFEOT IS 

IT IH * PKIlfBOT AW » WONDKBI'IJl- 
• rllclo Cures baldnesi. Makes hair trow A bo - 
tcr drosslng than any -ollor romalum.' 8o'lens brnsn, 
div andwirj hair Inte Beaulirul nlken Iresses. Bui, 
nbovo all the ureal wonder is ibo rapidity with which it 
restore QUAY UAIRTOlTU OKUllNAL COI.OK. 
■The whitest and wnrstl ooklnf! h'lr resumes its yotith- 
Inl beafjiy by Us use It does not dye the hair, but 
It -Ikes st tho root and fills it with new life and coloring 

"Vlw'flrstspploatl n will dig I : you wl" ««° the 

KATUliAL COLnH returning ovurv day, and 

BKFOBJt YOU UNO* IT, 
tho oi l. pray, discolored Bppoaranoo of the hair win us 
Jrons, giving plfcco to luiturous, shlulug and boautiru, 

'° C AHk for Hall's Sicilian Hair Hencwer ; no otlior nrtlolo 
Is st ail like It In ellect. 

■ Hoe that each bottle has our private fJorermnoiit Stamp 
vsr IhO top of l-Le buttlo All others are Imitations. 

R P. HALL A Co., Nashua, N. II , Proprltorfi l or 
»»l«'b» all Drugglsli. mj26 altw W3 tawJJ 



VICTORIA, V. i. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY CORNING, MARCH 9. 1872. 

_t t- 1 - 

Notices. 



NO, 78 



New Advertisements. 



POST OFFICE NOTICES- 



Arrival an3 Departure of Mails at Victoria 

Office* 



j AHI1IVE3. 

E«quimalt I Twico Djily 

Suanich i Tharsday 

Moicliosm 1 Monday... 

Nnnnimo and Way Polls.. 

New WcBltninmer , 

L'nriboo nnd Way Places.,. 
Canadu, Ureal Biiluiu ) 
and Europo j 



rh ore Jay 

Wo.dnasdoy and Saturday. 

Saturday ..... . . . , 

About 5ih aod 20lh ul ) 



cnuh month 



DEPARTS ■ 
Twice Daily 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
I'uesd jy 

1'ucsday and Friday 
Fiiday 

7;b uinl 22nd of 

Each Month 



* Uai ted SibIds 1 Monday and Thursday | Tuesday and Friday 

# Mails for L'auaiia will alec be Bent by thisltoatp, a? well as by Inc Mail Steamer. 

M OISTEY ORDERS- 
MONEY ORDERS ON GUEAT BRITAIN IdbCED AND PAID. 

OFFICE IlOUR-5— From 8 a. in. to C p. m. 

FOR MONEY ORDERS— From 10 u. m. lo 4 p, m , exzaplcn Mail Dayp, when 
Money Orders will cot be iaeued. 

HENRY WO0TT0N, Postmaster. 
Post OrTicE. Victoria, 30th August, 1871. tel ly 



^ o 




YATES 



STREET) 
C8 




FRESH LEAF JLARD, 



Also Fresh cured Breakfast Bacon on hand 

felS 



Shipping. 



P0R SAN FRANCISCO. 

■ ^-ff-j^ BTEAUSIIIP " PRINCK ALFRED," 

^J££z£jXt ('A!-r.(IM t'COpLL, 

S^frJ^'bP'-'a'rylnK Her Majesty's .Hails, will leave 
llirilTmifiliilfl i ii I i lii I ii ban Francisco on tbe 7tl» 
nd 'i'iii ol each moil ill. 
tor I'astago or rreich'. apply to 

H. UltuUHKK i: CO., Agents, 
;i Whurf tircet. 



N 



PUBLIC KOTICE TO MARINERS, 

Orll'B IH IlKlgKiSY tilVKN 1H/.T 

the tr.ssr Hirer Lightship will ho moored in hor 
position al tho South Sicahi-ad, Frascr Kiv-er, on the 
llih day of March nut, ur.d will hbow a llxod Wi ite 
Lipht as otiial . 
r\r Hie .Minister i f Marino nnd FWierlos, 

B. W. I'KARSE, 
(cl Sui veyor General. 



PURE. FRES 



ARB HIE 



MANUFACTURKD IIV 



ALAROR AUOBTIHElUT OS? PI, Aim 
nnd Fancy Candies. Also. Sogar Toys, Crystalii id 
onbuiis for Christmas Trees, etc, etc, on baud lur the 

v o m s n a ii » ii 1 1» a vr a . 

eS-\VIiOUII\«i! CAKES undo to orders! Hie 
hor lest notice fe9 



WI»ISI.\« Ti:i!-: PEOPLE OF VIC 



PaRI and GARDEN 
Messr3"Whiti23g& Cowan 

OSHAV/A, OlsTT. 

MASUFACTL'HEUa OF 

Scythos.Forks.Rakos, Hocs.&c 

f J AVI! A I* POINT E It IN AIUKNTH VOU. 
li_ tho salo of their inaniifactiirei In BO. 

Bamplesmay lio soon at our Storo, IVharl ilroct, and 
orders wlh he taken for lb4 samo 

TURNER, BEE I OX & TUNS FALL. 

Iel3 



8a,i Juan Island 

JUST HKCCIVCD AMI F«11M,.LEHW 

J, ENOLEHARDl", 

Hulo AKeiil for Hrllisli Colombia. 

BlCjL, A BU PPLT Or N6TANTLY ON HAKD-^eO 
0n»_ Lime may bo hod at Ibo Kiln on very reasohablc 
terms. N IiA.ll.lC ». 

mhO 



1 N 

J. loria 

A MERRY CHRISTMAS 

lhu/,»t tbe sarao lime, to call their attention to ray 
larj;e and splendid assortment ol tho 

Finest Family Groceries, 

— COM PRIS1NO— 

Choicest Mala ga Raisins, 

Thisycar's crop, lecotvod by Ovcr.aud KU and the 
only ones in tho mark' t, 

SULTANA RAISINS, Zantk Cckhantj 
CANDIED PEELS 
JORDAN & SHELL ALMONDS 
walnu rs. HAZEL NUTS, &e 
SMYRNA PIUS, GERMAN CRUNKS 
ASSORI'El) FLAVOUINLJ EXTRACTS 

llio Finest description al Preserved 
Fruits, 

Cbkasi Tabtar, Salkratuj and QaHno 

f-OUA 

THAT FAVORITE 

Refined CHINA SUGAR 

Imported and pnld exc'aslvely by me, 
Crnihed [circle A I, B I Snpar v.. 1 .V a, 1 xt.-i No 1. 
The Choicest Japan, Young liy3on, t ongau and other 

QKOtIND JIAVA COPFBK 

Ac.Vd iwIc god to be >up' nor lo any othT sold in town 
i tear L»k«, H astern anil linn i>ni ido Che, so, 
lle>» m d's H..c ,n llnma and i .r.l 
My Block la iimqna led by any rsl hllshmo-t north of 

San hranciaoo, my pi tees ar,' vet-v Low, nnd I we come 

the Mlbllc to i." hi ih satno before unking tie.- ir i>nr 

clw-cs elaowheie. 

A. RICKMAN, 

Colt. O VEltNMKNT A FO«T 6TRSETS. 

r 18 



THOMAS H0D3ES, 

BAKSB. <SS &ROCEB,, 

CUilMbR OK DOCULAi AND PAN DO It A M 1 I r 1 

BRUrVt) « GKOCEKECS 

DellTered bv n v cart to any pari • f I he city PR KE OF 
CIIAKC1', |e2I 

'TSIB ISSWIIliSX CAMII I' HIDE i.illi tW 

it icm, it: d i\ i, 

WOOL, SID tCEPMKI it Hi, 

AND OAl.P.IUIrsri. 

Bt 

L, & J. BOSCOH'ITZ, Hhaif Street. 

iL' -'H ?ni 



A. B. GRAY, 

Importer of 

BEV.H TO HlC'IUlirv Til A IV KM TO Till', 
public for tlio liberal ptlrojttga BCCoraCll to lilin ill 
tnopist, mid respectrdllj solicits lis continuance, uhllsl 
ho la temporarily absont Irom the l'rovlDoe,<lurlng irbicli 
time bU Stock will contlnuciitly receive additions from 
personal selections In the leadnij; Kuropaag uinrkolB 
GuVIKSMIlSiaTRSIT, Viotoiilii 

l»tAoiUlt,lbTli fel" 



MM. ft. PETBI, 
Fasbioiiablo Dressmaker 

(LirsorPAN Francisco) 
a^JtcrXr.N BTIIEKT, VIOTOBIA, 

opp ft Ai. droii » ( I'roshytcrlanJ Cburt h. 
illK 3 n 



BR OHONG, 

JUHT AHKI Villi riitJ.Tl uiiiiya, pnv 
aician, Snrceon mid Ac.conchor, 
Cormorant st'enl, three Uiwii below K Wong Lie's 
,\i San Shu I ei sliouie. 
Every description ol Climes.! jiediciuos for aalo o 
an 2 Mo ie nun in«i n oHic ,1 Iro.u I It Ii a 



J. BAGWALL, 

PIANO JIAKKOC, 'I'BJ.NKIS a 

- i 'ii:- ~i~f I'-epain i , baa lemovod to No 111 Fort St, 
5T & » f I whore he resptctfillly solicits u cintlnu. 
3 » * • mice or past lavnrs, 
Pianos and llarmonlums for Sa'e, Hire or Exchange, by 

nuCr, Om 



J Dean, Apply an above, 
A Piano kepi lor ibo use of Pupils, 



Bass' Ale 

[N HOGSHEADS AND TIERCES, 

rpilll HAI.i: IN BOND «IK OUTY PAID 

J? by 

lol LOVPBi MTAIlI.HCU.TalDT & Co 



" frown (Jrants Ordinauce, 1870. 



NOTICE IS III!lS.t'JllV (JIVI'.N THAT I 
► lial', In uccor dance with the provisions or the 
"Crown Cruois Urdluauco lhTo." aid at iho expiration 
of Tbreo Months from tbe data horcol, recommend tho 
lEH'ie uf Crown (Ir uilrt 

To Willi a si I'aiisoks Saiw^kdoI Fust '; of Sections 1 
nnd 2, and West U or Soclloua Jaud-1, Kaugc VI, '.bo- 
tnalnus District. 

to Jahss llououa Waiuie.v, of Section 7, Hango VII, 
Cheuialnna Diaii i t 

And to Edward Iiavis Hbatlky and Georos OAwrnEii., 
or Lot 204, Group 1 (cno) in tho District ol ly'esv Wcst- 
rnlnHlor. 

Uuloss objection ho made*. to mo In writing In the 
meantime aguinst the is-uo Hi re.ii respoctlvoly. 

H. II. W. A IK MAN , ltinotra'r General. 
Uiid llrplstry OIBco, Hoc 'JH, 1 ■> 7 1 . de27 



\ " Crown Grants Ordinance, 
J 1871" 

\rOTICK SM Illtltr.liV 13 IV EN THAI 

ll I shall. In accordance wl h the provisions rl Ho 



To Wii u.ta L tiiiiEBT Lvass, ot t'ectlons '-'4 an<] : 6 Lake 
Dltdrlcl. 

To John Pierce, ol Pcct'ona V North, Pa" go 11 F.ast.aud 
V Norlh, II a III kasi, D:.-trici ol Noi lli Saai.H It. 

lo lusiu ton ABimnrriiEB, of Sections XXXII, XXXIV, 
and CI, ol Kaqulmalt histnet. 

To William Hhav nnd Chaiucs Heurv Pe.it. or Secll;ns 
VII and vilt North, Range F;a.st Dlsn Id »i sorih .-aaiiith 

T o Robert Weir, Jicllon XXXI MctcboBiu I is'ricl, ami 
Bectl hi XIII Fooke Ills trict 

ToJosei'U WEs-riiorCAREV, ?cctlon XII, Lake District. 

And to JonN Atii, of faction X VI an I Xlil. Comox 

I) strict, excoptiug out ol llielnl i Honed S ctiou.a 

piece ol land at ' he Sonlb-woBt'Tii end tliorc.l (uiljoluinn 
thi land el Charles Ci ceo), measuring 5 chains north by 
1:5 obulus cast. 

Dnless otij jotlon be mada to me, In writing. In the 

meantime aguo.81 llio Is no Hi I, respoctlvoly . 

U. li. W. AIK.MAN, 

Land Registry om.ie, Begistrar ricie ral, 

lbili il'colnber, 1ST1. .1 17 



L71 



P 



^XrnxJKGAS THIi sTOlEE OF lUENMKM 

Burns A I'd ward?, Victoria, was burg'n loualy entered 
by pome poison or persona on Iho ni t ht ol ibo 7th or 
momlug of the 8ih insiniit, anil huh try m tides of cloth- 
ing wore stolen therefrom. A rcirtid ol {250 will he 
given for such information as shall load to tho appre- 
hension and conviction of the thief or Ihelves. 

A. V. PK2MBGKTON,S< ^1- 
Victoria, R C,9th Feb., 1872. le!0 



ROAD TAX LISTS, 1872- 

VOTIOKIS HEREBY OIVON, TO Al l. 

L\ w u oin 1 imy conccra, tit itcuiiea of Hi" Knud Tax 
assessmert llolls. fo, tnc vnnr is; ..nro bit al iho r«:. 
lowi n |d»ce< In the s-vcral d sipo's :— 

North Dsanlch Hislrl :t, al II iVnm'i 

Soutti faanlchDistrlct, at L Kckstoln's 



llio 



K llolol 



ille-ho 



. Metchosin 



Sooke ln-tnct, ul M Muir'.i 
Slolclniln Plstri t at the I 
i>q .ima t IH-trlat, at ihe i 
Vm\ ilmall Town, at .1 1' Ito ea'd i 
Viotorla iVe-t ai p Rvjroti'a "Horso and Jockey" 
Victoria I Utiict, Cedar llui P.o. d O ikltiti 1 Bstate, 

and s|, r i 11( ( Ridge al ths 1.1 in Brewery Tap 
Point tills. at the Lock Biy llous i 
faai.lcb ftoarl. T'paie it nue, an I Section 111., Flu- 

liysou Ka ate, at I' IVnMi's is - 1 '(.• lave n 
Fort - ir-" t a ■ 1 Ctibiro II iy R. ad, al t:..- Uoase of 



Mo 



. Hi i 



Baj 



1 Bob ay V 



Hay 



ny 110 id, at i lover Point 
inn , al f Lvkin'i James ' 



ido Ro id, nt M Rowlnnd's 
And .i.sj at the olll:o ol llio under, n ■ I 

IV l - II KKrJV, 
fo'lcelor no lor the It iad i 'i dlnntirn. 
Victoria, lSlb Keb,l 72. l, is 



NOTICE. 

ROAD I AX LI - I'-'. 18TJ 

NOTICE IN IIKIIKIIV GIVEN TIT, 
a list of all persous witiiiu th ' Ituirm's ol C 
Ichan and Salt spr'ng Islann, who n-e liable to 
Hold Tax for iho year, 1S72, Ii H been posted at Ihe 
lots tug placet : — 

C nirt Ha isn, C- w tU i, 

llari Is' Ijind llijc. 

Maple H ■ y Larding. 

Mr. lirioKiv it.' 'h. Sotnpnos, 

Mi. Piy'.', Cle mm, in, 

S.VIT fPRING Isl.AMi 

Fclioei Hons ■, i .'i,i ti il FettVin nt, 
M r, M icheii's. Hurt: ij i e Hay 
Copies of wblrh are deposltrol In 'ho office .1 Mr. ! 
lev. near Maple Hay, n „ | in bo infpi ot .1 al all ici 
able hums. .ISO MnltLKV, 

Coll. i .'.r under tho Una I Unllnai 
Maple Ilav. K. I) 2Isl, IS72. leliOdn 



J\«>i!<;i': 

\TOTICK IN IlKKIfBY «IVEN THAT 

IN a trscl ol l.ai.d eonl -n ,-» IHO in -, silunteil . n l lie 

lijihi bank ol ibe I olmiil I . i iter, ul u •■ " Hi k - Kd. v,' 
i amend of Iho. FokLi Pros, is reserved until I rtto r n 
lie . The -lorehoiisea of tlie < nnadiaii I'acilic 1 allway 
hi vev are m the centre i.l snid en. v.-. 

fltti*. t IV M I\KM, 
'bud c on in is. ouei o Lands k Woikfl. 
Lands and Works rmiee. 



Fi In 



Card of Til a n Its id l)r < hoiii 



by 

WO' so 1 
paired , 



n uh. ii I first wool lohiin I h.,1 .pi to lies- 
icing lelloved wheu I read t'r i holm's I mil in 
i t. I pi cod luy-ell ii ,dei Ins cure an i it 
«t.\K liAYS I was a woll m in. I urlio lliis curd in 
dlselinrnoa debt ol Krclltinle I owe to hrCh"i.(,', ivhloh 
•har^s, 1 in i y also say , wus reason .hie. My cnmiilaiel 
wosnonrnl^lai Wli.LIAM McCUKMIi'K. 

Vlctoila, Ann 251b, 1871. loll 



17IO, I . b uai y. is' I. 
'-JilBI! POl.I.OWINO AfJOOENT 41 E T1IK 
1 Tins' oca of thu Vicloala Couieicry is bercwitli puu 
llsbod, in cm lurmlly ivltn II in pinvisious ol cectlon 10 ul 
the "cemetery <ird.niiiie.p, IsTu " 
lly Cutnniaud, 

A. hOC'KE HOBKRTSOy, 

i blotii il tocrotnry. 

Abslrict d tlio Accouiti or tho Truilres ol Ihe Victoria 
Ceme.ery. 



BECKIITS. 
Is70 

BrlwO'n ,luiy Dili nnd 

Leo 31st ? 

Iliibiiioe duo TrustM*.. 



1871. 

Eolweon Jan. 1st nr.d 

I 0.-, 31at {175 0U 



l'XP.'NI.nt KB. 
I8T0. 

r work and labor ...(41 00 
iilrns , 5 [li 



lsTl 










60 


I '.r w.uk anil labor 


.. o7 


Ul) 






10 










$1 7b no 



W. J. MACnONALB, 1 T „ 
JOHN ASH, jriu-.lo. 



Cert.ibd that 1 have examined the shorn nbitraol wl li 
the vo iclieri In oil' purl llicioof, b nil on tint c'mrgo and 
disihsigosideot tho iiccouiit, and laund ibo saaio cor- 
reel. TUOilAS U. UUI.MJtf. 

Jsnoary LSlb, 1372, fo26d&w 



Deutistry. 



C. Fit AIM CIS BA-tilVAKD, MU. 
SURGEON DEN7IST. 



B>It, BABNABD IIAM IiAI) FOR 

1 luoiiUia llio I'ei kicH Hy ntt" o 
Base," the newest nud lates 
lapted to tho mounting o 
wholo sols ol teeth: hois iilm u.lng ■« W halobolia- Hub 
her," which is rapidly supplanting, lor mn^Io dentures 
or partial sots, the best vulcanites of tho labl 26 years. 

\N'e cheerfully ndd Dr. It's Card to our columns, 
convinced that his ^cid taste and Judgment, united 
to nalurul rklll and iiifxeiiuity, hided by an 
extensive practice ol upwards ol thirty years, 
render his services morn valuable anil reliable than 
those of any other Dentist ou tho Sound, Coast or Is- 
huid. 

Ur. B's largo experience may bo readily scon In tbe 
happy and natural i iprrsi Ion tjlven blB patrons by his 
lite-iike insertion of urllHclal Teeth. 

The pnbllo may rest assured of patloooe, Rontlrnsss 
and undivided attenllon while initr tlio Iir'H liands, 
and that he will es or strive to bo foremoBt in adopt- 
ing helps and biuts touching bin oku Inlcresl and that 
ol nls patrons. 

Orrics and Kkhidenci — lloag'.as Street, between Dr 
Powell's premises and Wlllaon's Tea Hloro. Business 
hours lioni S a in li'l 6 p in. 

Victoria. Nov 4.1671. dc&d&Wis 

Mills SowdesiT - 




DENTIST, 



ogloy street 
Oovcruiuout 
do. 7 



MBS. AIi.¥MBO'S 

PH0TOGRAPHI0 GALLERY 

JOHNSON ST. fYEAIt DOUGLAS, 



ALL KINDS OK 

JPHOTOG RAPI1L0 M ATE Lli A LS 

n hand aiillor sale at low rates. Ja30 



SSLLIFS OFF 

To go to the Terminus I 

J OROS9EN 

AT TUB 

Store. 



V ariety 



Vales street, near Douglas, 
QFFEKS II 19 li.'S'ailtE STOCK 

AT AUt'TlOX PRIHES TO CLOSE, 

AS FOLLOiVS; 

Ornllemen's Clolhlnfr, 
youths' and HnyB 1 Lloililng, 
I ude.-clothlng, 
Hoatory, 

I aili i Underftarttonla nod Skirls, 
Towsllng and lablcclolus, 
Hlnuketj and I'lllows 

2000 pairs li on, .-h ies and (laiters, for tlcntlomon, 

Ladles, Misses nnd children. 
1-1 * / lb ys' ft-id Men's Uats, 
l.nli. -' Honuets an i Oipsv Hals, 
5d .biz P. ckol i utlei y and I'luiedwaro, 
Coat oil Lamps and Chimneys, 
Crockerywa o, DeaintO's, .\o, 
I ook iuh Glass »s .nil a zes, 
Picture!. Iir loins, llucketsan I Tubs, 
Patent Thread and iVinji tng Twlue, 
\\ Indow Slud." si.il Rli ..Is. 

and a larjio variety nl olbcrcoodi, 
ALSO— llin Bets ol Hik'n. H, and 1 S;anisb Saddle, 
jn 13 



WM •-STEINBERGER, 

Wh ,lesalc and ltetail Dealor In 

Wines cJb ;Liquois 

J«r!N.»t<>?< bTUBBC, 

Nejt ii) lac Ferry Landing 



li.'O Cm 



FEED'E 



tiii i In 



PAMI]jT 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Meats and Vegetables 

1 CUV.- VOtt BV AlT'iI.N j'MINT Tt) 

H KU MAJESTY'S KOYAL NAVY. 



'PHK II EMT AMWOICT.WEIYT OP ISLAND 
i ami Mainland BkJSr* and MUTTON couslauily on 
bund. 

Hotels, Raslaiirnnts nnd Families supplf.-d nl short 
not lee, and slealH d eli ver oil KR.KC "KI'iiau.,e to any jiart 
ol the cay or Muburbs Willi fiooitraC) and dispileh. 
♦jB^Shi s and Me. liners so pi -1 1 oil by contract LI 1 W 

fell a «J.-i OWH n AkSKET. 



NOTICE. 

1VK IS HE PC E IIV <alVEIV THAT A 

ct • r Land, colitslimn; 040 serus, sltiiaKd on the 
i. a ol i ho i o ua.bu ivivor, s lu> . t rit-,- innos south 
I .. - bm iy Hivur, is r.'H a ved unill lur. hor notice. 
■chiiiiM'i, i r llio I aiiidmnli I'm itlc Hailway Snivey 
' nti e . I i he ju|,i Ho'ervn 

li to A WAI KE)f, 
Cbl.'l Com ii bm rier ol binds Works. 



-7 lb K( 



inry, 



mh3 



SEWING MACHINES 

The " GRESHAM » 

HALF CABINET 

LOCK BTITCH WITH SHUTTLE 

Reversible Feod Motion 



FOII 8AL.E 111 



$4o. 
R. BEAVEN 



UOVEUNMKNT STREET. 



FOR SALE. 
Oil ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS. 

A ViC«tY IJIMIO GDNSmiril 1,(1(11 

/V nnlthanili :ks ulth llualiien, with n inrgo sized 

ehup, Kiichen, Derirounit, his, and tho remain or of h, 
Grnund l oose, abotil 4 )eurs, al u mull rental 

Tbe isiablishniODt K supplltd wit It Kurt., c To Is 
Impleni ins, bail o, Grlndtt mos, Ac. 
For loiini Hi)|iiy lo 

l«M J. B.XIUMSliMJN, l or. 61, 3 



Miscellaneous. o 



t i, 



S"CAI.FI> TGNOItKN WILL BE IlK- 
CClved at tho olllco otdsoige Walt.ltiq.. Comnnuia- 
rmt Officer and Paymaster of the Canadian l'aelBcltailwty 
"Vlctoila, BritlBh tolurabia, up to noon of 16th of March , 
lB72,ior mo lollowlng Supplies, all of which must be of 
the very host qnalily, ot the diffireal kinds apeciged. 
Samples ol tho raricua arltcies to bo isnt to the abevo 

offlco. \ > > 

Olio lol ol supplies to bo delivered on or before tho 
loth day of Uny ue.ttat Iji i'crto ou tho Columbia Rlvsr 

Mild rurir-l V 



U. P. It ; tho other lot to b» de- 
livered on or before the20ih day or March nexl ul th« 
U»at Undllig on the Columbia "ill ver, which about 
D6 niilis above H'Hd Homo Creek, ami to which place 
Suppliis were packed lor tho Kmlway last year without 
auy diDJcuily. 'ibis lot to he marksd 

•J. t". tt. 

A peparate tcnilor tubeput in for each lot statlrg Iho 
prlco of each (rltcleia detail at Iho point where II la lo 
bo delivered. Tenders to bo tnai ked resptctlvelv 
No 1 T. and No. a S. 

«' •• ««. CP U. All lenrJeis to bo 

addressed te Ceorgo Walt, Erq, Comnilssar'at Officur and 
Paymaster K. Hallway, Victoria, B.C., nod endontd 
Tenders Tor Supplies Hive Pass district. 

AH supplies to lio properly packed up In bales, guiny 
snckB, cases, Ac, fcc, u ike case may be, 



1. 1st ofMupplles to be clellvere) nt X.a Perio 
and MnrUed 'A . 

C.P.R. 

f, ac " n .;-V MOOpoondi 

sicssPtfrk 1 ooo •< 

Corned Beef „,„„ s'^oq 

BeefCattlo areraglrg -100 lbs cu... 4 POO '« 

J' l0,,r lo'ooo «' 

Bfant 7u0 „ 

DrledAiplos i 800 „ 

Ccflee (Ureen) 'j 60 „ 

Coll_e (Ground) 150 ■, 

Tea, Ills k ' 2C0 ,1 

8u«ar,Ko 1 SI x «oo 

'">■•••■ 600 " 

Jllce, No 1 

fall, coarse. 1 Iverpool...... 

Bait, table, filb and 101b bags., 

Muitard 

Pepper .*..'.",' .'.'*1!1I.' 

Soap, yellow 200 

Cnrrsnti o 5 o 

Syrup 

Custllo Soap. 

Ituislns 

Caudles.. 



200 
300 
100 
26 



M Rallooi 
2 bars 
6 boxes 
e boxes 



"cue/!!. . ::.: :;: JSeis. ! 



10 gallons 
20 doxoa 
1 balo 



Yeasl Powders 

Gunny Sscks 

Montis sinned hy Uo food Bnd sufficient surtles for the 
Hum orjoOOJ will Ii.yu to accompany each louder tor the 

?p.dffed?' * D,B '" lt8 " re iMr( " y Xh * «f^ , « 

List of ropplles to be <lo Ivercd at the Boat 

Luucliiia; nnd marked M. 



Bacon .... 

Mess Pork 

BeefCattlo, <ay 600 lbs. 15 head" 
Klour 

Pried Apples., ..!'.'".'.™!!,V." 

Coltoo,giCL'n t#t 

Colfoe, ground 

Tea, black ,, 

Sugar. S I No I 

Fai iua. 

BICS No 1 ,.„" 

Salt, coarse, Liverpool '. . 

Salt , 6ib mid 10, b bails. 

Mustard 

Peppfr 

Soap, yellow 

Currants 

Tobacco, assorted. '.,'.'. 

Soap, Casllio 

Syrup .".*."..'.",' 

Hiil'iss 

Yeasi Powders 1 tins). 

t noillos 

Ptcklrs 

Lime Juica '."." 

socks, strong knitted wool..'.'. 

(Jnderablrui 

Overfill its 

rivernlls 

Pea Jsckuis .'.*.'.*.' 

Drawers 

Glove?, y huckailn'k'Vool 
Hat« . 



U P K. 

,. 2,000 pounds 
.. 2,000 •• 
,. 7 600 '• 
....25,000 «' 
... SO00 « 
... 3,000 « 
.... 200 " 
... 200 •« 
250 



.... 2 000 
.. 1,000 
.... 400 
... 600 
.. 300 
... 60 
.... 60 
.... 400 
.... 600 
.... 400 



6 box«s 
100 gtllona 

10 b x»s 
10O doieu 
12 boxes 
20 gallons 
IS gallons 
aOdoxaa 

a » 

6 " 

« « 

4 ■« 

» <« 

e " 
4 



Bonds sltned hy two K ood and snmclent Sureties far 
the f umd £1.1.000 will have lo aacmoeny each teudSr 
as V ecfoed" olls,lr e "=»'« delivery or tht goods 

Tho Invest or any leudcr not nocess.rlly accepted. 

Parties wishing luriher Information cin have it br 
•pplylng to ibe undersigned. 7 

»VAI,TKSt mOSIRRbT, 

Engineer, Hcwse Pais Distriot 
, .,, ,. ,,. , Canadian Paolfle Hallway, 
1 -1 new Westminster papers copy. 



HENRY SHORT, 
Gun and Rifle Maker, 

GOYKRNMKHT £T, ONE J; ook KM PJINDPRA, 

HAM JVMT HBCVIVBS IIV »:XPKEB8 
?oin laiudoj a well assorted stock of 

DOUBLE «fc SIXGLE «A«!JliLKI> $m, 

CU TLKRY-Spnrtine aod Prcker, 

i-ucivi;!' com Passes io ..Ubc gun y 

( ' b * e s 

CAUI'KIDUES (or tbe oorlral-Dre brerjcen 

loailer 
IIKNKV'S RIFLES 
SMITH & ^VI^^NO^ l S PISTOLS 

colt's nsroLs 

POWDRR FLASKS 

BHOr HAGS 

I'UVVI.'KU HORN'S 

OK AM FLASKS 

DO0 CALLS 

FISHINO TAt:KLE 

POWDER, SUOT&QAP3 j.j 



Ex PEINCE ALFEED, 

EXTRA CHOICE ROLL BUTTER, 

EASTERN CIIKICSE, 

LARD in 51b and 10th tins, 

LAY r ER RAISINS, 

EXTRA FLOUR k MIDDLINGS, 

ORANUES & LEMONS, 

I'Olt SALE LOW B x~ 
U '"~ EAKIIV8 & OU. 

R. BRODRICK &ToT 

Coal & Commission Morch \nta 

WUAItFRlREKr, foot ol Vales 

HA VE VKVVn.t %K I'AEIEprrHH FOR 
(hB 'nB ttaniporiallon and delivery ol ooal to any par 

IVono but tlio Best Kan aimo Coal Sold. 

Tho full Engliuli Ton of2,240 lbs guaranteed 
»0tlco n ''" 3lC " a " 1 ^"wlVJlaf euiipllea »t sbnrls,, 



THE BRITISH COLONIST. 



^lat^rtaT^W' Marofr 9, 1872 



New Advertisements 



Cariboo vs IToton. 

On Thorsduy wo relorrod to what is 
now figured somewhat extensively in 
the Ontario press as 'The Ttoton 
case.' No one can bo surprised that tho 
orenn of tho Obstructionists in this city 
hu discovered in tho Proton case a 
counterpart of tho Cariboo oa**, w th 
thiB-difforenoo, however, that tba latter 
is alleged to pre»oni conditions ol 
greater turpitude. In order that the 
reader may be enabled to arrive at » 
intelligent and correct conclusion in 
this matter, let ub briefly glance at the 
inrtn of the two OQPee. In th© Proton 
S Jilponor of the outeoioa On- 
K& ^oVernment had been unseated, 
and went back lor election. Eo was 
oppoTed, as in the former «*> . by * 
Mr Dickey, a pliant tool of the Grit ad* 
LiBtration, Daring tho eloc .on one 
Lewis (AssesBor for tho township ol 
Proton) stated to tho electors that he 
had the distinct authority of the Pre- 
mier (Mr Bloke) tor promising that li 
would vote for Mr Dickey thej 
wooid have the advantage of the low 
valuation of their lands; but that .1 
they voted hgainsttheGovernnoent candi- 
date tboy would not have tru.t advan- 
tage. Taming to the Cnr.bco, caw, 
w « find thetollowing laotu :-Mr WaK 
kern, tho senior member for Cariboo, ac 
oeptod the portfolio of Public Works, 
an d, in pursuance of tho well-known rule 
under Responsible Government, Bought 
re-election. The Obstructionists con- 
epired to get up an opposition ---not 
with tho hope ot electing their candidate, 
for Lhoy knew very well that there 
waB not tho ghost of a ohonco for that, 
but merely to have a pell demanded 
bo that the election could not possibly 
terminate in time for Mr Walkem to 
take his Beat during the present session, 
it being Cfsontial that a poll should 
bo held at tho distant rolling Division 
of Omineea. With this patriotic 
object in view,tbe Obstructionists dispatched a 
fitting instrument to New WeBttninBlm 
ior the purpesa of 'pulling the Wires. he 
refill! was made public through the Cariboo 
Stniintl of 27th of Jacaory, and *va? tepro 
dnced in tbeie columns. The purport ol 
what is now commonly known as lbs lying 
teloniams will (till be Ireeh in tec reader a 
recollection. Who the honored (?) medium 
eeleotid in Cstiboo for the dirty woik was, 
deponent saith not; bui whoever the party 
was ho was informed that Mr. Walkem 'is 
opposed to the abolition ol Road Tolls,' ond 
he was urged to 'put up a candidate against 
him and demand a poll, win or Lose. The 
Cariboo agent replied that Mr, Wa kern 
would poll o f-trong vote unleiB ptool ol 
the allegation worn fortisbed. Humphreys 
laconic replv was, Tut up a candidate. ago'DSt 
Walkam; Twill furnish proof.' 'Jo this the 
Cariboo agent replied.' Furnish well aulbeo- 
tcated prool and a good candidate is roedy. 
—he having w'ssly concluded thatBometh;ug 
mora Bubstartlial than Humphrey*' oieer. 
Hods and promises would bo desirable. The 
promised "pronl" dopfl not appear to have 
been 'furnishbd.' and ■<> Mr. Walkem was 
re-elected by ucclamat'oo. Bet now for tba 
part played by the (Jovoruuier.t . Upon 
becoming aware ol the ecorvy elleeajt on 
the part of the OhssructiontBta to keep the 
Chief Oonimiesioner ontol tbeHouee, thereby 
diifranehiaiog Uariboo lor Ibe a-ssion. in bo 
fBr at least, as its senior member won con- 
certed, Mr, Walkem telegraphed a contrar 
diotioD of tbe'Mette' bos, and this denial 
was followed up by ono authorised by tho 
Premier iu which it was s'a'ed that Mr. 
Walkem was an earnest advocate of lbs 
abolition ol tho Road Tolls, as well aJ ol 
s»vercl other measures specially benefioiol to 
Cariboo. It ia ibis lu-t act that has beet- 
pouueed upon by the Obit'intiooista ..s pie- 
geoliOR a oa«e ol uro-s corruption which 
completely throws toe 'Frit m ease into Ibe 
■bade. Need one word be Bdded by way ol 
pointing out the difference between the two 
oases 1 In the Proloo case ibe elettorg 
wore told 'If 5011 will vote lor oar candidate 
wo will give, you tho lull benefit ol tho low 
valoatiuo of your laodt; if you vote againai 
birn we will withhold that advartiee.' It 
will at ooco lm seen that fcbfs offer w-s 
itriotlyin tfae natars ol a bribe to vein for 
tbe Government oantidot 1 . In tbe Cariboo 
c»s-\ iht ao-calkd Opposition firmly ra s 
gta'Bd facts with a view to delnat a membei 
of tho Government; and the GoveroraoDt 
made a simple b'uh moot cl fac'ain order to 
eouoteraotihelitsol tbe so-called Opp'st'ion. 
It ia impoisibjfl to diBOOVet the aliiiti'.eft ele- 
ment of bribery or even unduo ii flunuce in 
this. Hut no on. can help beio^ struck with 
the breaeo-faced assurance ol tho m-oalhd 
Opposition in Brit having had recourse to 
audi a disrnpotubls triob and then apparent- 
ly Rlrojiiig in tbeir own sharre by bunging 
the matt r up in He House. It Is 'rue 'hat 
Ibe principal nget th this dirty nflair claime 
that he believed hi the t mo tho troth ol 
wbat he telegraphed; but we imagine Ik 
will find lew in this community wiling to 
believo that. It was well known a: tlm liaie 
t hat Mr Walkem w«e a it'or c udvooate of 
tho abolition ol tho Read Tell', and that, in 
tbe event ol tho Government hesitating to 
undertake tha total abolition as a Govern- 
ment measure, ho wonld himsoll, introduce r> 
JJill for t'mt purpoee. Common decency 
should have mggetleti to the 'Meiies' tho 
policy of wiping up the dirty mess and Bay- 
ing no rcoro ahout n ; but that appears to be 
a scarce commodity with thern. 

Emptiness. 



OMINEOA SALOON. 

Corner Government & Johnson Streets, 
n irn c KoitcE j oh m sort 11 » VINO PtJRj 

M " « " k. . b," .with Iks OMdwUl ot UW .aura. 
Iron. Mr. Ocor B « MaBoa,l)« B J W Intorm !"« pub to tint 
tlio best ot 



.VINES, LIQUORS MN'D C&1HB 



Will bekspl on Hani and solicits a. coutimiutiou ot tho 
favor ibcatnwocl oil bla predecearot »•» 



NOTICE 

i JSSmTJSIj wlfl act to re, poatTM. for aaj dabti 

vrllhoul my written uruer. 

CHAKLKti OREEN. 
mil 'J IwdSw 



coulracti'd bj anj 
Comox, Mut o'j G, lb':!. 



Editor COLONIIT :— Tho "reporter" of 
your obscnin contemporary isayi; that, "Mr. 
Robflon'e speech on tho Houd ToIIh emp- 
tied tho Houao." Will the"rO|iOrter" aforo- 
■lidl be equally oandid and etato to what 
onuBi moy bo attiihu'ed tba " cmf> lying" ol 
Lit tsff' ard rbVge, 

M ,a\ Reisers. 

IlKMKKDitn tub Fate op Absalom. 
Payne, Tou«orial Artist. Hhuving 12J C< Hi 
Hair OttttitJg 25 conla, Sbampopiog 25 cun t 
That brigloel Cheap Sbeving Shop atau. 
on tho eunny hide of Jobncon trout. « 

Full's Coryus, Baperiot to any ottiej 
mannlacturei ou tho Coapf, m»y ho ob- 
Bined of nil respectable 1 caStero llroughcui 
he Colony. 



81oop 'Alarm' for Bale. 

TUB PINK SIWOP AI1ABM1 11 

Jl^r^tnns Bart hen awl w.m1-!i'UuUiii1 »|>l» , i»le» | j ) '[ j) » 

■43g d M'° r g t"ifo U Huaton Bay Uompanj'« 

Wh.irr. 

For particulars aptiljr to ^ mARWIPT, 

rnbSln " " WcarlBirael. 



Auctiou Stiles. 



W. HARRISON 

FOET STREET KKW3 DEPOT, &c. 

HWB.H BV ATTENTION, CIVII.ITll 
and ehaapaeaa tomorlt a tbari o! tlic public pat- 
roimte. ™_ . 



L OISEAT rAHIETV OV B£rs«B.I»*EB 

r\ AmiTl. vn iiu'lO.nialinii .Ntwupapora uml Magnum-* 
nropip.iMnl 10 arrive- liy tin: n«t ilir«'ct ui^ll. Urjlera 
ami subscriptions nru reapcctfuily sjliciiud. tnbS 

7tAl.l.IlV AND HKB TUB SPBC1MBN 

V> Nuinl ere <f Bow Bolls and Wed .inn U'l'a- mUi 

A N ASNOK 'I RIKNT OF STATIOWE BY 

A la urdorod atU ri 1 betu'd ot U10 luw at p" sibla 
prko. » 1U| . 



HUP EDITIONS U» HKW WMKI 



:u«tuutly Buppikd. 



Market Exchange 

FORT STREET. 



mns ABOTB PBBraiHBS A HE NOW 

X upon wltb an rntiro mw nt 1 ck ot 

(FINES, LIQUOES. PORTER & CIGARS 

(No better turn anybody olao'BI 
DY ti H. UUDSOW, Prop'r. 

Ho Dr»«3 Kami or Br gua BafHon. mli* 



FOB SALE, 
rpHR HOWE Msuiva? trnA i.iivsj cc. 

i. Button on tho Ciiir ol Qoor H la, together with tin 
Buildings, Wnarvee, fuati ami Whaling Oom Cnmplete 
Al«u a largo r|Uantltf ol Nm 1 caeks and Hates 
/ pplj I o 

D. LEHATB0, Arjont, 
ml,; WUartatrcct. 



LOS ANGGLOS ORANGES 
S1CILV LEMONS, 
FilESli EASTERN CHESTNUTS 

BATOR BKAHS 

OI1ICAGO BA0O1V, 
SggirKKIlU BOLIi BOTTBB, 
BASTE BN CIIKBSE 
LABU, HTHAW PAFKH, 
SPI.JT PEAB, PBABL BABL11I 
fJORN ?1£AL, 
TOItlA'l'OEM, 

covFisii] AC. 

For B ilc LOW by 

R F Pickett & Co., 

mbO YATES STREET. 



Wallace & HutcliesoH 

WEAHF STi-tEET 

OFF KB FOB BAI.K AT t.OW BATES 
Iho lollowmg goodr, I x "I'ac flc'' m-U otbo-r rccout 
arritrals 

I<> TONS OATS, 

5 TONS nJkld.E % 
5 H O.'f '* W!5 BAT 

3 toks4>iioiind;fked 

3 TONS FINK ITllDDI^lNBS, 
IM1'BBIAI.,XXX8ALEHI, 

TALMA MILLS, UKAU AM FLOIJli. 

Oatmcul, Coinr.ra', 1 . r, r 1 Barley, Fplit l'f«*, N"'J t •'■ 
Uued Sugar. Nob 1 and 2 I . S«; ar, 8 F Syrup, Congoo 
and U S Ton, Dried Apples, ^ta' Lard, Nos. 1 , 2 and 8 
Brooms, Tuba, Nails fcu. 

—ALSO- . 

Ibuolsnn'a Celebiatod rra^?r Rlror Falmun In Barrels t 
Vlcteria, » U, Feb Bth,1872. ml' s 



To Lot 

* i. abb ft njMsna tm the hecono 

7 V Kloor ol Wo Brnnsil Louonisr IH ildixo, t*lre|irnoi, 



KANE t)THKBT,;VI()TORtA, I5-.<'., 

C0N1IUCTED BV 

Mrs F S Btishell. 

Every attention paid to the Comfort oi 
Boirrdera. 

Terms on impl callou. BCJli ly 



PROVINCE Ol' StUnTIHia COI.CItlBIA 



I.IE1ITRNANT BOTE KNOB OH- 

Hut llio I illnwing To'cjnirn wbich be his 
red. bo iuMisIm-I in tlioduslro Ki pr-».-nt Iter 



il ^iilil 



»ny atixjetj ttir.»Kii exKHRiira ir Incorr'et n'l' 'Mm oi 

thoavontto whlcli It relers , ami In lull ahiiiraneo thai 
li Mill allr.rd a lnn!i nccisjlrin lur I bo rone *cil expn si mi 
oribe rtttnobtui.al ot'tho puoi It: ril UrlL'sli Columbia l<» 
ibo pcrsou of our bilovi'd SoverulRO. 

A. KOCKK ItOBERT OS, 

Lulunlal .-iucrotsry. 

Ottawa, Ontario, Uarcb la, 1 872, 

Itecoired a" V ctorli, March 4 b, at . p.m. 

Tu Llcuteimnt Oovornor of llrllisli Loluin bin 

1 liavu received ibe fritlowii teloeram r roai No >\ Rim 
borloy. il whicli ynii can ui iL<: huoU tiao as ymi may 
llniu nminr. 

Li-a.tn. 



tr.l M 



mi i 



mi rntw-uiuiMroiii lur drlvo. Ho was Immed inlet; seized 
Tuo pimol was (band uetto bo loaded . linr M»j"«ty Ln. 
haved vrllb tbo greatest cournpo and composure, and is 

i good biallti ar.d spirits. Thla la sent i" provoat 

Inrm Irom exaggeratnd n ports, 
nibs lwd&w (-iRUed) Kt.MllXttl.KY » 



J 



F. G. BUfcjHELL. 
PIANOFORTE TVSER & REGULATOR 

KASTE STREET, 
nelO VJCVOBIA, 11. V. 



New Advertisements. 



Administrator's Sale ! 

j. p. MVIES&CO 

Jlrtvo r ocei'/ed init-uclioua from 

W-B- WILSON ESQ 

Administrator in tha Estate of 
J0H3T WILKIE, deceased, 

TO SELL BY 

PUBLIC AUCTION 

ON A 

Liberal Credit 

A f 'I HE bTOKE, 

Cor Wbarf & Bastion streets, 

— ON— 

MONDAY & TUESDAY 
1st & 2nd April £872, 

CO M M ENCING E A H DAY. 
AT II O'CLOCK, ,\. H. 

The Entire Stock of 



DRY GOODS : 

HOSIERY 
Furnishing Goods, &c 

C0N8IS1 INfi OF 

CLOTHIKTG- 

PANTS— White and Drr.b Mole, Cord, 
Cuas., BUck Cl'.fi. Scoloh Tweed, Blue 
Boovor, Uuck, liiding end ctber, 

COATS— Bnaiaoes Sac, Black Clotb, 
Reversible Waterproof, etc. 

CLOTHS 

pluck Cafsimcri', Unirin, Oxford Ore}" 5 
Mantle, 8-qr Melt jo and dcotcb 'J'weud 

FurnishiDg Goods 

UNDERSHIRTS a DRAWERS— Plata 
anil Ribbed, Broivn and VVhiiu Cotton, Drab 
.fe i''ftr,cy Striped Merino, Wh ts nnd ScurKt 
Flunoi ls, & a l.ir^e ttfst cl Lomba Wool Uu- 
derclotlpir>fi r Wove nod L'iiit:d Crimean 
aod Bali'c Shirts in preat variety, Iltary 
Grey and Blue Serge Overabirtp, I3oya aid 
Voutlia' Undtrclothiog, White L. C. Sbir s, 
Men's, Votitli*' nnd li c) r.' J. R. Hiocib. 
Black Silk Ties uod Neckhaudkercbial>>, 
S.:knnd Giuptir.m Umbrellas, .Men's Wbit' 
ind Bro wd Cotton J- Hose, Men'a Shetlacd 
Wool Sooke, Meti's Drab and Fane; Striped 
Vlerico j Hoho, Silk Baodanad aod Ceruli 
Lliilcfs, Fancy Cotton, Linoo Cambric, oad 
Fancy Bordered Hdk's, Mon's Brown, Blk, 
>r>d Brab Fell Hats, Black and Drab Son'- 
kii tors, Men's nod Bnyo' Hcotch Tweed, 
B.ilmoral ar.d Cloth Cup- , Mrr.'n White uod 
Colored Ringwood Glovts, Hiakorj Shirts 
Linen Uoilarp, etc, 

A Fiae Lot of Black Llnrnn, Toitm and 
Sbephai'd Ubeok Single und Donblo Snaw'a 

Cibargf, tS30rted c.i!or», tir.'y, Drab and 
Black Alpacas, Plui-i und Faney French 
l> lain 8 and Morini a. a large and well 
a lected ftni ortaiei t Winseys ti -1 all wool 
l'a 1 1 or s Mohairs, Ludrto and F.mcy Ubods 
in great va-itty, Reppa in deairnblo color«>, 
Balmoral Skins aod Skirtiop, a largo aas't. 
of Ladies' CorBot", Cord and Beaded Cbe- 
nillo Hnir Netn, Oaribaltli Jackets, (Jpera 
Homitij H u utd Colored Velvet Jtitjlioun, 
Sarenei and Taitin Uibboud io uisorted co » 

O.H and widths. 

FLANNELS— White and Broivn CanlCD, 
UlIoii, VV'tlcli and Colored. 

Bed TickiDp, Woilo nnd Grey Cottoi s, 
Croyden Sbet tinge, ricoich Giuytiam (Feocj 
Sniped ) 

A [urge Assort in fit! of Freucll su<l 
i:u'Aii>h Prints desirable Patterns aud 
Colors. 

A hambrri Quilta, MarroilloR Countrrpn a 
und 'I 'bill t Covers, Ladiea" and Mares' 
Wbito an i Fauoy h itped Coitoo & Woiatul 
Hose, Boy*' and Utiildrtu'rt Col Ion and 
Worsted Hoae, Ladies' and Children's Kid 
and Wi.olon Gloves, Uloeed and Twilled 
Linings, aborted Hollands, Hookaback and 
Glass Ciutli'', Dunumk aud Turkish Towols, 
Damask TaOle Napkins, Vioiorui Tuble- 
uovers, Wbito ond Culuml Tnrli t'irip, L.nli' a 
Gniier.-, a Iiitrc itfuortmoot of Gold aod Jut 
Jewelery, black, while nnd dtab Linen 
Tbroad, Violorio Pi h, a lnr«e asportuiorii 
of Topes, Kraic's, [looks and Eyes, KnrlA 
Bone Cm t ', Viutnod Hroou Bet oris, Pack, 
ing Twioa, JJtop Skirts,, etc. 

TERMS — Ail suiiiu under 5250, oasbjover 
$260 and under J5500, 3D dnyn; over 3500 
and undar S1000, (10 dutr; over $1000 and 
under 82000, 90 divju; over 82fOO, 120 days; 
on approved endurcod oit.'s. 

Cotalogaofl will bo issued and gooda on 
view tvro days prior to eulo. 

J. P. DATIES, 
ubS dttvy Auotioncerf 





HAVE JUST RECEIVED 

Ex "Lady Lampson" and "Gungner, 



99 




Bought in the Hest Markets and especially adapted for 
their Wholesale Customers'. 



Wharf Street, Feb. 5th, 1872. 



f.fi 



0MINECA IllMNG COOKT. 

VTOTIOK IS HKtlBBV CIVBN TJ3AT 

1\ on mid alter llio I61I1 1 ctobcr.all inlniDr; cUima to- 
nally I eld 11 tliu Dm iieo LUtrict, will bo laid over nu- 
Ul tiic 1st liny nt Julll, l'TJ. 

V. O'RI I I.I Y, 

Onto era, (let 13lh, 1971. 



Konts aud Debt3 Collocted. 
Money to Loan at Low Rates on First 
Class Security, 

SUltUS!'.."! 'M't» LET ! 

Town and Counts y Property for 
Sale or i» Ltd. 

T A 1X501*, A?ont, 
n over uiii out Street near Fort. 



FOR SALE! 



T'HK DNDRRHIQNKD ItVTKNDIMC TO 

1 roiire from bualuosa - Hera ior into 

THE CLINTOIT 




Tnese Mills are situated near the Wagon 
Road, three mile; east of Clinton, 
have ar.ee s by Good Roads to 
the best Wheat Districts of 
Fraser and the whole of 
Ihompson B Valleys, 

ARE WELL AND Bl'BSTANTIALL? BUILT AND 
VITN 11T A 

TUEBINE WHEEL of GREAT POWER 

For rnrllculars n| ply 011 the prrmiata. 

JEROdli: HARPER. 

Cuirrox, Jnnuiry.lS'.li, lbTJ. Ic3 3ni'l\vr. 



.lay 



PUKHPANT TO A Ti ORDER OP THE 

A Iligb Court or Chitjcory, matin "In tho matler 10 
tbo Estate of William Montaguo Coclirarie, rormarly aa 
tnfli;ii, and l«ti> a Lli u'ni nut of Her Uajegty's i9:b Kegl- 
uient ol Fool, dcci usod," and In a cauie 1 Uoyse n^ali nt 
Ward,' tbo Creditors and all ppraonB btvlag any clatmi 
or ilemandi upon, or nflectlng tli" 1 l> 'nt ■■ ol lire eftld Wil- 
liam Moutaguo c. cbrano, wlio tome yoan binee rosidod, 
or ctriiod on biulneta as ouo uf tbo Firm of Goodwill, 
C< cbraiifl ami Uordwill. ot or near t lie Town ol Notting- 
ham, i.nd subacqucntly wenl to America, and Utoil at Bea. 
on board tho stL-atublp ' city »t Boiton," In or about 
Iho month of January. 1870, at o on or before tha 22nd 
il March, 1S7.', lo ten I by |'"at prrpiid to Messrs. 
I, Mi Id .11 ,1 William, ol No. 1, Guy's Inn Square, la 
tho County r.r Mi.'db >ej. 1I10 Solicitors of tho Defendant, 
ibe liecntiir ot Iho Ui-coascd, tln lr Christian ami Sur- 
i.uini s, a'.'dreaaefl and ilete ipttoi.8, tlie In. 1 pal tlonlarfl t f 
III ir debis, claims or demands , a St 1 lenient or tLeir Ae- 
eounls, an-i the Datura or tho iccurittoB (if any) held by 
Ibum. or iu de r autt thereof, they will Le peremptorily 
excluded fr in the benefit <f t lie Raid Order, r.voiy 
Creditor or utlicr peiBwa holding any recarily, ii to pro- 
doco ibe mine bob r» tlio V ce Chancel or, Mr John VVick- 
ens, at bin Chambers 1 itnato 1. 1 t'J,tJlil rqturc, Llncoln'a 
Inn, Iu tbo County ol Uidtilo j ex, on Uomlay, tlio 1Mb 
day .if April, Is*:!. etOne o'clock in the afternoon, being 
Uiu tune appointed f>r edjuJicaliag 1 n tile debt*, claims, 
or <li uuuda. 

Dat.d ill x 22:. il day of Peeember. 1*71. 

aLKUED II At L, 

Cl.lei Clerk. 
K. W k It. 0. MOTE, 
14, Warwick Court, Qrny'i Inn, London, 
mho d*w I'kiul 11 s Solicllora. 




S STOEE ! ! 

Corner of Fort and Broad Streets 

DEALEB IN 

Crockery, Glassware, 

WALLPAPER aud REDDING. 
And All Sorts ol UPHOLSTERY GOODS 

lias received 

ex 'oosf aiyiru' * «i.ai»s i-AitipisoN.' 

Iu addit on tu tita largo assortment: 
WINDOW 1 10 1 H vn- Irom 80 In 72 Inches wi le, 
OILOl I ' I'll 1 tun % i" -I v ird« wide. 
UEaKTH HtJO.«— ..xmlnatar aud Velvet. 

Also— Ail Moris or Upholster) Work done, as Hewing 
and Laying Carpols, Making and itopalrlug of LoungOl A 
Mat' rouses, Hnniflngof Wallpaper, «c„ and yullcls tlie 
pntn 11 igo 1 1 hi. 11 iineruus frk-lidi and tlio publ c g tier- 
ally. 

JIOIIIV WGILER. 

Summer & nwm, 

1 o> :ol o o 

APPRAISERS, ACOOUUrANTS & 
COMMISSION AGENTS, 

'WHilP.P ST, VICTOBI/)L.r. 

BE« TO ANNOUNOE Til AT THE V HA V h 
taken tlio lartjo bulldlti(jou Wharf atroel, oppeaita 
the (0 it ol Vales street. Prom ilieir ICDgthenod ex 

p'Tience In tlie illiive briueliei of lillHUHdl, and by 

proiitptncao anil aitentlou tboy bopa to euoure aahara 
the |i'jt)llc aupporl. 

.-tucka, ^tock in Trade, or Furniture purchased foi 
Cauh 

I iberal advances made on Cor>afgnxaenhi. 

liimka kei t ur amllled balance sheots matte out, tlato 
meats prepared and a goneral aooountant's business coa 
fiiloutlaltv transacted „p4 i m 



Victoria Gymnastic Club 

TTJK.ixr--v-ja-R-Bi-isr. 



NOTICE 

rpilR I* A RTNURHiiii? ns».'it Dt'g'oiiTiirk 

B OXlStlag between Ibe unit irslgnoil imd< r the stylo or 
WhlUlugliani ^ Hoobuu un llololk«opors nnd Cioneritl 
Trnders la this dny dlarolvod by mutual consent. All 
rietita will be paid aad inouoys rcoulvod by u, a. Whit, 
tin^liuiii. 

E, A, WUlTnNQHAM, 
WIIJIAM K COHAN. 
WltnoBi— Kdwln Jobnsun, Solicitor, Victoria. 

Faraoni Bridge, Brqulmall Dial., sintch 4ru. uihtj 




,DUSIAM&BROU 

Offer for Sale the undermentioned Goods, 
principally selected for this Market 
by Mr. Findlay. 



Blue 



Qcntlan 
2« 



Black 
2J» 



Green 
2«, S&4 point 



I White, .Scarlet 

BLANKETS, j 2K, 3 and 4, 3, 3« and 1 
SUPERIOR 9 4 WHITE BLANKETS— Fancy ends 
HOUKOCKS'S 35 inch WHITE LONG CLOTHS 
CELEBRATED CROWN SHEETINGS 
CHEAP WHITE COTTONS 
FINLAY i CO'S SHEETINGS— 72, 80 and 90 inch 
GREY SHEETINGS— 04 and 72 inch. 

GREY CA.LICOK9— All widths and prices fa line osaorlwient 
HEAVY GKEY DRILLINGS, 

BLUE DENIMS, BED TICKS ami HOLLANDS 
NEW DKESS MATERIALS FOlt SPRING 
SHAWLS IN EVERY VAUIETY. 

LifP* , C0 -- 0RED HANDKERCHIEFS 
PRIN IS — All I'rice.s and I'atlcrns 
FINGERING YARN— All Colors 

WATERPROOF TWEEDS— Dark colors 
NUBIAS— White ind Colored 

BLUESEKGE. PRINTED FLANNELS 
GIRL'S AND WOMAN'S BLK CLOTH JACKETS AND 

CRIMEAN SHIRTS— Neiv Patterns 
BLUE SERGE SACS AND SUITS 
MEN'S BLUE BEAVER SACS, GALATFfA JACKETS &c 
FANCY TWEED SilliiTS 

MEN'S, YOUTH'S and BOYS' PILOT JACKETS: 
MEN'S BEAVER OVERCOATS 
INVERNESS CAPES— Witney and Beaver 
TWEED, CASSIMERE and BLACK DOE PANTS 
ALLOA KNIT RIBBED H Ht>6E— White and Colored 
MERINO and LAMflSWOOL S White and Striped 
COTTON and WORSTED « HOSE— "White and Colored 
COTTON, MERINO ft LA MBS WOOL UNDERSHIRTS ft DRAWURS 
DUCK PANTS and JUMPERS »°uu*ia tx UKAVVERS 

DENIM OVERALLS and JUMPERS 

P WHITE S C H°IRTS N KHU4TK -- nain ' Twilled nnd Fancy 
NECK TIES — Black and Colored 

JE ANNETTE'S nnk FERGUSON'S TWILI S 
PRINTEU COTTON HDK KS— New Styles 
TAPER COLLARS-AI1 Sizes 
ALHAMBBA QUILTS-U-4, 10-4, 11-4 and 12.4 

HENNESST BRANDY— Iu Quarter Casks 

HINE & Co's OLD PALE BRANDY- In Cases and Octaves 
SCOTCH WHISKY 'LOCH NAG Alt' — In CaacBand Quarlcr Casks 
THORNE'S BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY-In Cases & Ozarter Cask, 
DUNVILLE'S OLD IRISH WHISKY — In Cases * Quarte70aa«8 
RED AND GREEN CASE GIN— J. D. K. Z 
CHAMPAGNE— Veuve Cliquot and other brands in Quarts and Pints 
LONDON SOAP— In 56 and 112 lb. Boxes. 
CONGOU TEA— lu half chests 
CROSSE * BLACK WELL'S OILMEN'S STORES 
RlMMELL & Co'i PERFUMERY 
CURLED HORSE HAIR 
NAILS — lOd, 12d ,t 20d 
HOOP IRON — 20 Guagc, " 8 and 1 inch 
uTvrxM^ ^EBL-Sandersou'a 3.4, 7-8 and 1 indh 
V.?i;?S7'.« r ? P J ) i n JS« P '«hmg and Seine 

W ^*^M%^ ta ^*^ 
TIN PLATES 
HOMEOPATHIC COCOA-Taylor Brothers 

Also English and Amorican Hoots, Shoes and Slippers, Straw 
and Felt Hats, Cloth Caps, California and Oregon Clothing and 
Underclothing. 



Tolonco; 03 

umblcrsj 

Teapots 

•Table Slits 

Troinbonea 

Tumbl urines 

I'odcmascopos 

Necklaces 

Ilroechos 

Jcwol Cases 

Harmonica 

Motalaphona 

Concertinas 

Corneta 

Walking Canes 
Masks 
Dominoes 
Kith Globes 
Propsgat'g Qlaases 
UUu-s Sliadcs 
Scissor Sbarpti'rs 
Needle Throaders 



loibsi mm 

BRICK BUILDING, Cor Government and Fort Streets 

JUST EECEIVED 



EX « JLAiOY LAMPS 
183 GA.SICS 



9. 




Japanese Ware, Furnishing 
Hardware, Glassware, 

CANE SEAT AND MAHOGANY OH MRS. UAL 

BRELLA STANDS, LOOKING GLAMSES. 
SHELLS, SHELL WORK HOOKS STATIONERY 
BEST L'LATED JEWELRY A L'B'tJMS 
SCRAPS, PHOTOGRAPHS 
PICTURES MOUNTED & FRAMED ' 

WINDOW OLASS, ALL SIZES 

tela 1 



Work "iCTcs 
■*'rltiur Desks 
Fancy Bores 
•"ui Cat-on 
Albunia 

C do Vi-ilo I-'iamce 
I'loture Framts J 
'Mcluro Mou'd ng 
Mlrror.i 

Carved Uneketa 
Flowerpot Coren 
Flower Tubes 
Toilet Bets 
Hair Eroshos 
'loth lirusbea 
Porlumory 
Vasoa 

Ohltdren'l Tea 

HerTlcos 
ar| ct Eiij;i 

Vnllnes 

Mant'o Urniimoalc 
Fintlors 

. . 



BRITISH COLUMBIA "SAVING a BANK. 

STATEMENT of tlio position of tho British Columbia Savings Banks, at Slat 
eoembor, 1871, pabliBhed paranoot to tho provision, of tbo 'JSuvirim 
Banks Ordinance, 1 8(39,*- 6 

GXE3 N EEAL BALANCE. 



LlAniMl'IFN. 



A NEW OOVIlMB OV PRACTICE, 

cm dueled bj l,oui« Stomoilor, has comcneaesil at 
Iho Hull ol thasccloiy, View tit reel, botween (Juadrs ami 
Hliini'lmi d. 

I'rar,ti»iug nights, Mondays and Thursdays from 8io 

lOo'cloek. Appl cstlou Tor Uemborshln .0 bo made at D»lanca at Crsdlt of ProBt and Loes 1,120 20 

Hall. 

foil CEO. T. BOCK, Secretary. 



Hue by Iho Hank In Depositors, vli:— 

At Head Oince 1103,360 08 

" Nanatmo Dranoh 11,740 60 

'• Now Westminster Branch .... lU.lluO 13 

" Yale Branob osu 80 

" Cariboo Branca 4,0M 87 



-182,401 34 



Victoria, British Columbia. 
February 23, 187-'. 



AMHE 'H'M. 



L'arb in hnnd at Ilend Ofllco and llrancbes 3 2.108 02 

Do ui D ink or British Columbia 6 817 U 

amount Invested with the Government or ilri- ' 

llsh Columbia 1^6,000 00 



$183,12 o;j 
Commlsnionern ol 
Savings linnkH. 

year 



$133,021 83 

I'. ,7, ROSCOM, 
A.J. LANQLBY, , 

I , C . c .>V f r v A luitI 2 wlT0 1 „;? min< ;' 1 , 1,10 »« n »"'a of Iho British Columbia fjavlnos Banks for the 
onded 31st December, 1871, and huvo found tlio above abstract to bo current. " 

Audit Offlco, February 28rd, 1872. R06ERT gggj, ncncrn , 

I hereby certify that tho sum of One Hundred and Twcnty.flvc thousand llollarn r*i2ii (1001 b. (hi 
balance Standing to the credit uf .he Commissioners of the British (" it ml , KalmKS ZiVs 
tho nook. orthe QoTornmentof British Columbia, at .'iUt December 1H71 " ' m 

February 2Jrd, 10JJ. fe2od*rY In Charge, 



THE BRITISH COLONIST. 



Baturday flloriiiBg, March 9, 1872, 
jSljipjnuy intelltqtute. 



POKT OF VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

ENTKRBU 
March S— Nouo 

CI KARF.D 

Mr Enterprise, Swansea, Now Westminster 
Btr North l'acino, Starr. Port Towntond. 



BletcorolORical Repor t (or February. 

The UhnriU Meteorology Report for tbe Month or 
i r>ar,..,^.l. h e J r U r B ,«.™.. ?S ^ 

,bj oru rj LlKhlkMp e ri Flig.rd l.lgalboatse. 
March l.t, 1872. &,.l..tlt Button. 

m . ».i.ih«r durlua tho sweater pirtofthB past month 
hThooo I »»'■ rainy .» v. Ml he soon 

hi t c .1 of rain thin m-nth.in oomparliotl with lob., 
1 ,71 ilio 8 ml- bavin* been li.OS-IOUhf. inchea. 

IVoral't™ i3rdfr«hbrc«io« and squalls with rain, 

%T™Vh°q°uite cold ™ Ik HtrooK »N« and N wind, 
^to Sth i-Udorbul with rrcah beeese, and .quail. 

"«l,?nd'lOthalrcn K W wlndi and squall, with rain, 

"nihW 13tH light bre. »S from W to N with .now, rain 

M f*?hto2lit variable winds and squalls at timet with 
n.ntiuued rains weather Wai goB«rftlly mild. 

Mod the barometer at Us lowesl '<!» 90 at 2 a n when 
U ?2?n.dwltl..Uo„gSW E .| U1 lb. norwards veering to 
w..,\.ith iro-li hro'i -a an. I clear woathor, 

MrX and 24th variable wind, and cloudy with light 

"'" til and ».h flno with light hrocz • and clear weather 
W 2 ii:dilh«.,c'Ka rather co.er w„h wiul gene, 
aU UX.m ".My wralho, turned ctotidy and threat- 
from Kto8K,veerii. g to X If at dank with light Ursa-Sea 
and a rising Barometer 

Maximum til Barometer 30 .0 Feb 6 b. 

M.ximumof Tliernmm. tor in b« '"'> ™ Feb Nth. 

Miuimum of Barometer 58.90 Feb 23d. 

Avorage of U annum Te.oiKraluro during month ST. 
do Mini rum do < •' **• 

ATOra,e of Barometer at 9 80 i»B <« »»«• 

do Thoiiuometer do do 41. 

Average of B meter at 3:30 |> m d» .9 -7. 

Average of Thermometer do , 

iTeraio ol Maximum Tempsraturo during winter M 

Average of Minimum do < " 

Averogo el Barometer at 9,30 a m d > -9 93. 

Avon,,-, ,.i Hammer at 3.30 ,. m do M W. 

Number ..f dayn on which ram I'. II in the month IS. 

Bain fallen during this month 6 83.100 inch.!. 



NEWS I NEWS ! 

Tho "British Colonist" is tho ouly 
Newspaper published at Victoria that 
receives the Latest Telegraphic Dis- 
patches, as a comparison will prove. 
Lpte Telegrams appearing in any other 
paper are copied without credit 24 hours 
altar they have app aredin tho British 
Colonist Tho circulation of tho British 
Colonist beinir double that of any other 
Papgi Published iu Eritish Columbia, it 
ffors the bast medium to Advortisora. 

First Provision;. Legislative toembly. 

FIRST SESSION. 

FaiDAT, March 8th, 1872. 
'flic Speaker took the Chair at 2:05 p. m. 
Present:— Hone. McCreifiht, llobortson, Wal- 
kers, Bolbrook, and Masars Semlln, Duck, 
Armstrong, TodrJ, Beaveo, W Smilbe, Mars, 
R. Smith, C. Booth, J. P. Booth, Hughes 
OogaD, Hunter, Iauurstor, Jamiesoti, Robson, 
Hamiihrejs, Asb, Robinson. 

I'ETITIOg. 

Mr Roaven presented a petition from i'l 
wholesale merchauts of Victoria. The petition 
aska Tor the appropriation of a eu;n ol mocej 
for the improvement oi a trail by tho Sk&ana 
routa to the Ouiineca mines. 
igjT&a Speaker ruled the petition out of 
order. 

LUNATICS AND INTESTATES. 

Mr Armstrong, (Mr Hughes seconding") 
moved for returns ot all monies derived from 
the estates of luuatics and iuteatiuea iu this 
Province. 

Mr Armstrong said that bo hoped tho re- 
turns would prove tho means of rescinding 
the vote by which tho Lunacy Comraissiou 
Bill was thrown out. 

The resolution was adopted. 

TUB BALLOT. 

Mr Duck asked leave to introduce ft bill to 
provide lor the use of tho Ballot at all elec- 
tions in this Province. 

Hon Mr Robertson asked the Speaker to 
rule whether lbs Bill wna not substantially 
the sumo thin.ir as the motion which had air 
ready been negatived by the House. 

Mr Duck and Mr Smilbe claimed that the 
princi pie of the Ballot was not on trial whea 
the resolution was negatived, 

Mr Walkem said we were governed by cer« 
tain rules which wo bad framed lor ourselves. 

The Speaker decided that the Bill was sub- 
stantially the eame as the negatived resolu- 
tion and that it could not be received. 

PAY OK UC1IBEB3. 

Mr Armstrong moved lue Bouse into Com. 
mittee of the Whole on the resolution to in- 
crease the pay ol members ol tho Assembly 
to SlO per day for a Bossioo not exceeding '30 
dayf; and if exceed nip? thirty day!, tbe amount 
ol S&OO lor the Session; and with 2i cent:; 
mileage (or each mile between the place of 
residence ol each membor and the place where 
tho session is held, reckoning such distance 
going and coming. 

The boil nov T said bon mothers wighad 
to receive their eipenses while legislating for _ 
the Province. They did not ask to in»ke nj 
dollar and were actually asking less than' 
members of Ih Legislature tecMved in some 
of thfc Eastern Provinces. The unlove atked 
was less than tho actual travelling expetie.es. 

Tlio resolution wis relerred to a Committee 
of tho Whole on Tuesday next. 

ESTIMATED INOOMS. 

Dr Aali moved tbat tbe Provincial Secretary 
be asked to furnish estimatei rif the income of 
this Province dunuif tho present year. 

Mr ,1 P Hoot ii seconded and the resolution 
Wis carried. 

mail SSSVIOE. 

Mr R Smith moved thai an address to the 
Dominion troverotuent rocomuiondiDg ihe 
immediate necessity cl a regular mail S«r»io« 
through ike Kamloopi, Okan»gan, Spillemu- 
chen and Nicola Lake sections of the Vale- 
Lyttou Districi; t<uch Mail Service to connect 
witii thu I'osl Offices on tho general mail 
route between New Westminster and Cariboo. 

Ml Semllo seconded. 

Mr 11 Smith, iu support of iho resolution, 
rend letters Ironi residents in the sections 
nbowmg Iho necessity lor a m til service. 

The resolution was carried. 

rBYlNQPAK l'AJS. 

Mr C Booth moved that the petition of Wm 
Farroti nnd others, relative to Kryingpan Pass 
trail, be rond and referred lo Uoinuiiltea ol 
Supply. 

Tho Speaker ruled tho petition out of order, 
no a iintitioti iu aid must go to tho Oovornnr. 

A Ioiik diseiusion ensued upon this point, 
Mr Armstrong remarking that if Responsible 
Government mount to deny lo people tbe right 
of petition ho wanted none of it. [Utnr, 
hear.] 

Mr C Booth nsked leave to withdraw tho 
pelitiou. 



Mr W Smithe— It is not before tho House; 
it has been ruled out of order and you can't 
withdraw it. [A laueh.] 

The Speaker quoted from rulings in tho 
Ontario Legislature to ebow tbat bis ruling 
was correct. [Hear. J 

HBtiBlNC.'d PETITION. 

Mr O Booth moved tho reference of S. W, 
Hcrriug's potilion to a Select Committee. 
Mr Hughes seconded. 

Mr Walkem amended that tho Com. ascertain 
whether tho lauds are reserved or uot and held 
tinder a lease that will not expire until until 
1878; Jwbcthor tho land is surveyed or not ; 
whether under tho Terms of Union with 
Canada, tho Government has tho power to 
sell and whether any rent is duo tho Govern* 
meat by tho petitioner. Oarred. 

llAUNK.V PETITION. 

Mr. R. Smith moved lost tho Houee go 
into Commi t c to prnparo an nddtess to His 
Excellency praying llint ho will lake undor 
coDbidarnt o i the petition ot J. C. Bo'Dus 
fin ci mpeiieulior) in constructing n trail from 
Qaesae] month to Uotmunsen Creek, 

The Speaker ruled tho petition out of cr 
tier, 

Mr. Semlio said the rcso'tition did not auk 
for money, it merely asktd the IIouso to de- 
cidowhat amount of compel Bst'ODWis daa Mr 
uornee. 

Mr. li. Smith tvithdrow hia motion. 

EA«T COAfT MAILS. 

Mr. \V. Smiiho moved that His Excel- 
lency bo respectfully reiiuostHd to move the 
Dominion Government to est J tid tho Mail 
Sorvico on the BtBt Cobst ol the Island, so 
as to ha^e the inai ! a cnnirid uti Di'tncts 
jitQOtod at a distance from the Rnllwet^r. 

Mr. J. 1'. Booth seconded. Both gentle- 
men pointed ou r ihe importance o( maintain* 
leg communication and tho necesgity thut 
existed lor the Bervioo aelte I. 

The rosolnt oo'wts adopted. 

TAX PALE UKI.IEP. 

Mr, Beaveo moved that ihH petition of the 
oi'izens of Victoria with regard to t"ie Tsa 
8 ,le Relief Bill be takon op in Committee 
of Ihe Whole Hou-e. The hon. movor said 
it wi s necessary lor hon. membeia to hnvo 
tbe potilion before them to euablo them lo 
antlerNland thu question. 

Tho Speaker ruled the petition oat of or- 
der. 

PILOTS. 

Mr, Hughes aaksd the Hon. Attorney 
(Jcueinl tho lollowiDg quottions: — 

1. If tho British Columbia Piluts aro en- 
titled to epcak veisels in ihe Straits ol 
Fuca bound to Bnrrard Inlo', Nnnaimo and 
Fraser River anO demand half rates ot pilot- 
age for those ports iu tho eveDt of lhair e.r- 
vtcos being declined ? 

2. Under whos; authority the IMot Boat 
and local Pilot, formerly etetioued at Hur- 
rard Inlet, were removed ? 

3. Iu Ciia?s of vessels being wrecked or 
taking ground while under the charg* ol 
qualified pilots, ure any enquiries mide or 
investigations entered iuto ? nnd if so, what 
is the nature cf the same? 

Lion. Mr. M cCreigh t replied: 1. Tht>t by 
the itilea Filets are allovodta speak vessels 
inside ol Capo Flattery and in Ihe Straits 
o! Foca and it services are refused th y wou'd 
Do entitled lo halt pilotage in ot out. 2. 
That Ihero wfH no regulation compelling 
the pi ion to keop a bo*t and heal pilot ul 
Burrard In lot . 3. Under tho Pilo ngo Act 
ihe Pilot Board had full jorialiet on over 
pilots; and if the ralos woro broken he 
would be liable 1 1 ba brought up I efore the 
Board aod punished; but tho Pilot Board 
hud neglected to take notice of several in- 
stances wherein the rules had been violate. I. 

Mr. Hughes said that Captains wore fre« 
queDlly bailed by pilots in the Mrai s of 
Fuca who declined to say whether they 
woald reqaiie a pibt until they arrived off 
tho port of deatinaton. Were captain, 
under such circumstances, compelled to piy 
half pilotage! 

lion. Mr MoCreight rep'ded tint as far ns 
he could mnko out — tbe aeotioo being rather 
ambiauous — tbo pilot was not merely re- 
qoirod to oflor his s rvices. If ho spoke a 
vessel in the Straits he muet go on to Bur- 
rard Inlet ami whea ihe snip was ready lor 
sea he must offer his services to take her 
out. To merely sp^ak a Bhip in the Strai a 
did not entitle the pilot lo null pilotege in 
and out. 

Mr. Hughes thanked the hon. Attorney 
General lor tbo inlormation bo bad imparted. 

PETITION. 

Mr. Dock prfBsoted a petition from tie 
Mayor and Council of Victoria City praji g 
the Legislative Afsetnblv to pacs an Ant 
lo allow a supply ot wholesome Wuter to he 
brought in. 

OI1DKRS 0T TUE DAY. 

Tho Uousa went into Committee on tbe 
Jurymen Emolument Bill , Mr.,Cogau in the 
Chi.ir. 

The basis ol a bill drawn up by Mr, Duck 
wriG r-'nd. 

Hon. Mr. Rober'sin osked if it was in- 
tended to reniuoeraie Grand Jurors. 

Mr. Duok said it was not his intention nt 
the time ol drawing up tho bill aa betoougb 
the honor ol being a Gr?.nd Jtnor was eulli- 
uient. Hut lie bad n'> obj?oiion, 

Mr. Walkom S3i.l that the jurymen, who 
really decided the caae between liiigtots, 
woro the ouly members of thu couit who 
wei o tii.t paid. Hrt enid that iu England 
jur\ men were paia and nil wo had to do was 
lo settle the amount to ho paid. 

Mr. MoCreight raid that jurymen certain- 
ly ought to bo paid when th-y wao obo<eu 
to e t on a case — $2 per diem for common 
jurymen, and 8250 or $3 per diem lor epn 
ciols would he t lou^ht t'8 :uflicint reman- 
erst oo. 

Mr. Humphreys vctsd lor ranktog a uni- 
form scaie of fees for Jarora throughout tie 
oolouy lb tiioughi i: aoytbme over $2 w-^ 
cnBr^ed > it would prevent many 
persons hum going to court. 

Mr. Robson said l but giv.im heavy paj t i 
jurors was only increasing tne expenses ol 
i tigution Bint with such beuvy ken, law 
would bd debarred [roca a poor man. 

Mr. C. Hollies said he kutiw of u man who 
Lad served lor 15 consecutive do) a and never 
got n coin lor hia work— HUOb a thing w»s a 
glt-ul hard hip to r. poor mat). 

A greet deal of discussion ensued and fi- 
nely tho Couuijit'eu rose ttud requts od tbat 
a bill bn drawn up, 

L^avo wiio granted. 

Mr. nlcOreight ihen moved Ihe sec ud 
(eauiug ol ihe Vtrdiol of /stiies Bid. 

Mr. Holbrook soeoudod. 

Dr. Ash moved mi amendment thai it he 
reud a eecoud time that day a i montl g. Ii 
wi s in act which had boon loujjlt l< r over 
and over again in Greet Britain and bsd 
never been allowed. Ho thought u jory'.-s 
yerdict ought lo be unaiim uh. 

Mr. Humphreys seconded. 

Mr. Kobson fpoku at somo longth in B'jjir 
pott ol the original motion. 

Mr. J. P. Booth ulso iuppnrioJ the mo- 
tion, 

Mr. Walkem sa ; <l ho woo OBtonished nt 
the lion, innmbor for Oomox making stioh 
an iimonduaent. Ho hud ouly just been 



voting for tho reduoiion of litigatiou charges 
Supposing the jury could not ngreo owing 
to tbe obstinacy of ono or two of their num- 
ber Iho expenses would be jeat doubled. He 
said he Lad known a cbbo in Cariboo whore 
Iho jury was twice discharged beforo arriv- 
ing at a unanimous, verdict. 

Mr Hughes said that at first sight ho had 
iutonded to oppose the original motion, but 
after hearing tho remarks of tho hon gentlo- 
men pro and con ho tbaufbt that it was a 
very ucueasnry bill and would support it. 

Tho amendment was put and lost, 

The original motion was carried, and the 
House went into Committee ol the Whole, Mr 
Todd in tho Chair. Tho Committee roso and 
reported tlio Bill complete. Tho report was 
accepted and the Bill wms ordered to bo read 
a third time on Monday next. 

Mr Hughes roso ta a question of privilege. 
Ho said thers was a great deal of bueiness on 
the hands of the House and he would mors 
that after this woek tbe House sit ihrso nights 
a week, via: Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 
After a deal of discussion it was decided they 
Bhould do bo. 

HOTICK8 CJ MOTION. 

Air. Ilumrihrc/s — To move i » Monday next an bvmllU 
■ddreaa to Uio i leutonnnl-Guvornor, requesting thai » de- 
tailed "cciiint of all expenses In e innecllon wilh tiuvurn- 
moot Home, Victoria, ami Qovernnieut Homo, Now West- 
minster, (lnee their establishment, bo soul down to tlm 
Uouso. *■ 

Mr. Robson— To ask the Attorney General If tbo Gov. 
ernnneut are aware thai United State* lup; steamers 1.™ 
in tho uublt of ougaging in lowing in liniish Coh miilun 
waters, in contravuution ol Iho laws in thai hohulf mailo 
unit provided ? 

Mr. VV, Mnitho — On llouda; next wcu'd move thai 
$12,000 \m placed on Iho Eatiuiatos, imteud of 18,200 now 
ihorolu.lor iho purpose of makini; roada, etc., to the 
•ll-lnci ol Cnwlohan. 

Mr. Dnck —Would on Monday next ask leave to Intro, 
ilnco a bill mtiin ed " An Aci lor tho inppli of wator in 
tbe c ity ol Victoria." 

Mr. Bnglica— To move that au liumtilo a.l Irsaa bo pro- 
s-nit'l lo Ills Kxe itlency toy I leiilouant-Oovernor, hsW- 
kun blm to send ilown to this ttouao iheetnounl derived 
from tko sal» ol lands In iho districts in this Province 
durum Ih" yar 1 s7 1 

Mr. Armitrong— To move all addreaa to Hi.. Bxocl- 
leucy ho Lleutouant-Governor asking f"r a iri-woekly 
malt service between Victim* and N*w Wtatmlnster, 
and n hi wcek'y from New WoatiuonHr to Y*le , a bl- 
we^lvly f oiu M .liar's 1 ntd ng io Iho h««d ol !<uiiiu.-i-i ta'.a, 
and a Call) ma 1 from N' W Weattnluater lo Uastlaga, 
Graavllle, and Moody, lllelz Si Nelaon'a Willi, Burraid 
Inlet. " lao lo ..sit tlio Id. nlonaut-Guvernor ihui In pla.-o 
ol 80,000, f .0,000 may be put on tho Katiluatea for ik. 
T.iio and .Saw Westminster road.. 

Mr. Si m in— To idoto an amendment lo Iho Urgi'tra 
lion or Voters' Aci. 

Dr. Ash— To request the Ltoulcnant-flovcrno, to fur- 
niah a detailed account ul lha Inaonin aud as[)-udttuic of 
the i rorlnco during Ibo peri), between Juiy ilat and 
U. c.-mher 8lat, 1S71 

Mr. Humphrey*— To rr.iTint Hia Kxo«Meeej tho Lieut.- 
tlovoruor tbat malead ol SI, too that IS.UOO ba put on Iho 
ogl'Ciuloa loi tbo i ill, .-el and l.yinm trill. Alao lu [dara 
on the estitnalea $2 ooO tor milulalnlsg mid repairing top 
trail from the S7 mile post, liinton-Oimeronton ro.d, 
to i'unoa aud Uun Creek*. Alio lhat iurtead of ?lono, 
$2,000 ha Inserted lor repairing the Iluuglaa and t'liulon 
rend. 

Mr. Hebron — On fueadiy next would move an addrots 
to tbe Licntcnmi Governor, requesting bun to rnevc tbe 
Ii.Miiio.ou Uovernment to make il a condition thai ike 
Bteamer to wblcb the -n^t coatt mall .uh-idy la given, 
atial: reduce Lho hues and Irei^ni charges one half what 
they are hi preseut ; and llial until the lime ol such sub - 
aidy belug granted, tbe present chargfli he reduced cne 
hair. 

Mr. I P, n.nvh— To move an address to Ilia l-xr.el- 
Icney th.' Lleulonaat Governor lequestlng thai such etepi 
may h- laken us lie miy think nuee-sary iu definiog Hie 
boundary Hue between Billleb Columbia aud Aia-ka lor 

Mr. Humphreys— Tbat on Tuesday neitnu Excellsniy 
ba requealed lo order thai all works on public roads bo 
done ay c.mtruct. 

Mr. Uearan — On Monday next to oak Ihe Attorney Gen 
oral whether any atepa have been taken lo reduc- Ihe 
Court Ren In th-- ruprema and Counly Cruris | and i f a •/ 
what are the reductions proposed ■ 

Mr. Kunaier— To nek ieavu lo bnog in a bill to impose 
a Pawl on kor's Licence 

Mr Banstir— On Friday next that s select cmmillee 
be appointed to Inqaire into lho nature of the Trsdra 
Licences collected in this l'rovii.ca, for the purpose of 
equal zing Ibe >.unie. 

Hughes— To introdnoo a bill amending the. Regis- 
tration act. 

Tbe lloaso then adjourned till Monday, at 2, p.m. 

" Mb. Siai.-MUND Sax." — Sigiamand Sex 
pleaded pin ty vosterJay ta lho charge ol 
a-'lling liquor without a license, nnd Mr. 
Dmke — who appeared lor him — taked that 
he might bn allowed to leave the country. 
Prisoner had repotted himself as a "Cbicv 
g auHeier" uod alihougli a s ranger had 
been enabled to bumbcoale the Beooh of 
Magia'rates to give bun a licoose on cr;ifii, 
He then opecod u siloon on J dm-ou B:r«ri 
with fl-imine: si tm ond lamp^, aod well 
?ioeked with liqtiora and cigare. advertised 
raffles, lunches, elo., acd cut a great daub 
around lutvo. Alter a oareer ol three or lour 
weeks, duiinp; which timo he paid no one 
that be oould holp— not even the poor me. 
clianifs and ariizaos who iiited up hie place 
— ho wos nobbed by tbe Police lor Felling 
liquor without n licecc. I be Police Ma* 
Kibirate allowed the lollow three days in 
which to leave t^wn; lailing which ho will 
enjoy three months wboleBOBie bodily exer- 
ciee with o pick and shovel. Tbe career in 
our midst of thin man Sax proves that our 
peoulo ure too oiedulocs and t'.o liable to 
fall into the nets thai utter struneera and 
accomplished a arindlers rt.ircad for thorn. 

Pibino a Pistol ofv on tiik Strkkts.— 
Wm. Wallace fcfuogcrford, charged with 
tiling ofj a pistol on Yates ttreel, and carry 
ing concealed weapnes, was bioughl belote 
the Police Magist ate yeutorday. James 
Shields, a witness. Raul he saw the niBn 
draw a p^s ol on Will'ara Webster, on John- 
K&u streit, nnd followed i im for somo dis- 
tanc*. Alterwardb prisoner uncocked the 
weapon and ?nid ii was loaded and walked 
, 11 Allerwards heard the report ol a pintol 
trom tie direct i p ol Yutus Birett. The 
prisoner paid he had juet enmo from Wvrr- 
foid, Brampton, Canada; he had 815 or §20 
in money; his lather was u mercbait in 
VV aterloid , and be hud come on the leal 
steamer wilh t"i« int«ntloo o* going lo th 
Sooke mines, He was under the in9oet)ce 
of liquor aod hud hud hia pi til and but Blo- 
lan from bun, I'lin piisoner, (who eeemi 
io bo riBjectable) was remanded for Ihiee 
days, PerhapH some ol our Canadian rend 
era rnny have il in theti power to corrobor- 
ate his titementa with respect to hia cod- 
ni otioor, 

Fatou tii k: Ea-t Coast. — The Mcamer.Sir 
James 1J..ii_'Iji arrived (torn Nanaimo, Co- 
mox an.) Cowichau Urtt evening. She ex- 
penenoetl u v «r.y heavy tra I .< on the way 
dowe, and e-g n hour aud a-hall behnd 
time in cor a qiior.ee, Among the pn am 
i^ers weie li vde. Mosars. Derrick nnd Hry- 
nnt. Uiem. Diugle, li. N„ Oapi Musiira, 
„!{ M , Mr. Panridge, Mr. Utaflord, Mr, 
P. eeia, and a few ulher psa<nngers. The 
litinti! o.maiatod ol seven heud nf bee-f cat'lo, 
conaignoil t) Si afford .t Hlcken. Thrcn 
Blips — the Allanlo, li-'imatris and Co nti 
in ion, uie Ijiot; at >.'uiiaimo, awaiting tow- 

BR«. 



Thb it ' .ni'. r Emilia uturued from Nu::ai- 
mj ni 2 ( 'o ock yesterday niotniiig. Tho 
p opeller Uossje Pelf uir from Sitka arrived 
at Nanaimo on Thuradsy morniog. The ibiji 
Gerroania was loaded for San Francisco and 
waB uwui'.ing u t iw ot t. The iiurk OoLHli- 
luiioti was taking in a cargo of coal. 



Rink. — Saturday evenings uro generally 
gala nights at tho rink, and as there is no 
other places of amusement opeu thin evening, 
thore will, no doubt bo a large attendance. 

The lotu Copt. Stump died of heart dis« 
ourp, unit was iu appi. rent ly purleot health 
up to two hoB'8 ol h i 3 doulb. 



Nanaimo. — An edict Iibb been ia-ued 
sentencing to death all gonta found within 
the limits of the town after tho 14th in-t. 
Those animals had becoinu on unbo.irnblu 

liuisanop, des'royiog fruit tret h Mr. 

John Snbiston bad a narrow escape trom 
drowning a few days ago, having fallen from 
a loot o plank at the eoul-sbule. Iu falling, 
bis head Blruok a timber, c>.Ufing a eonluaca 
wound. He held on to u pile not il token 

out by men in the ship's boat The 

Truntsos of Ebentzcr Weeleyan Church 
have decided npnn eolarging the main build- 
ing, os woll ua iho S'ibbsth School rnoro. 
About ono IheuGand dollars will be required 
for ihls porpoeo, rnorotban one-half of wbioh 

wus promptly subscribed in the town 

Tbe ehip Uermania uwails the uiil ol eleam 

to leavo Business is very lively and 

tbe wburvos huvo been fully occupied 

Tho new coal works ere rapidly progressing. 
The deep pit is within 40 leet of the Cbeeo 
River Coal, and tho new Douglas slope on 
Newcastle Island has alroudy produced ovei 
70,000 toes ol coal of tho very bejl quality. 

Mhrdkr near Mafli Bay. — A mysterious 
murdir has come to lipht at Muple liay. 
On Tbnrelay of laal week Mr. John French, 
a farmer tvho is working a laud-claim about 
one mile (rorn M:.plo Hay, left bis la i in aud 
cunie lo Victoria in lho Sit JamcE Douglah. 
loafing his place in the ehurgo of uo old iioni 
named Janus Simpfon. Simpson was aaen 
down lo Sunday. Oo Monday ho did uoi 
make his npp jarauco and ono of Ihe i.eigh- 
b ore, having occe.snm to go to Ibe cabin 
puahod opened Itie dor r nnd [OBnd tbo old 
man lying dead. A bullet-tioli ii hiu breaei 
nnd other eircum'iiitices showed ihut be had 
beon foully dea t will). Nothing had been 
U'olen. An inquest wus held by Mr. Mor- 
lay, J. P., nnd a verdict of murdered by 
some c.creon or porta a unknown was ion 
dered. It id lo bo hoped ihe Uovernment 
will olTei u rewaid. 

Ws aro glad to sse thai »Ir Bunstfr yeetcr- 
day drew the aUontion ol tbe Speaker to the 
bad state of the wrIIs in Assembly room. We 
hope the Chlof Commissioner ol Lands II 
Works will aeo to lho remedying of thia 
nuisance. 



Latest ii\iii Iho South Airicau 
iiioutl Fields. 



Yachting. — Mr. Afhbuty having written 
a snappish letter to tlio New York Yucb 1 
Club, th.t bedy hoU passid a resolution re- 
turning Mr. Ashbtity tbo two cu[,a lofl by 
him for competition. 

Ova Kbaobus will see by ocr report of the 
proceedings at the House of Assembly that the 
members have agreed among themselves to 
meet, on Monday's, Wednesday's aud Friday's 
nt 7:30 p.m, for uigbt work. 



Tub funeral of the late Yf. Wakeman will 
tnko place at the Navnl Cemetery t)-day ul 
,'i p.m. 'lho procession will leave tho Royal 
Naval Hoppit.l, Efqoims t. at 2 30 p.m. 

I uk wrecking party have reiarned from 
the Zephyr. They could not get noa/ 
enough to stvu aoy piopei ty. Another at- 
tenq.t will be made later in the spring. 

Bubrabd Inlct, — A French bark, to. load 
ut the Hastings Mills, atrirtd yeBtorday ttf- 
tomoon from Sao Fraoeiaco. 

T«s Ebtirpriso wti seoa by tho Sir Ja.mts 
Douglas yesterday off Jnraes Island, where 
she anchored to ride out the blow. 



MLY B'lTISH COLONIST. 



LAST NiG;;s'S DISPATCHES. 
<: uliforni a 

San Franci'oo, Maroh C — Arrived — Bark 
Samoset, Taoom« ; bark Oakhill, Pi Blakely 

San FaANCIBOO, March 7 — Whcaio ii 
Liverpool hss declined ty Us lid nod 12 », u 
docliuo ol 2j 3d on Ua. quolotions, 

Europe 

[.osnos, March B.— Information bai buen rocelvod rf 
Hie losa of thu French lurk Alice ; nine perron* perished 
The steamship City ol WasniDfton, ortlie leman lice, 



ike Queen has pieaaoted ber proutii, .lohn llrown, 1 
a Ruld medal, and granted him an nnnmiy oi £J,00o 
his pro nptuois in arrc.t'eg O'i onnor, when lie aseau 
Her M josty. 

Paris, March 0— Evenlug- Another mii.Siterul cm 
ii li is ev, l"i.t that a B inflicl b.-tweeu 



ixpe 



at hi 



-lha appointment oi Kei 
anibaasadersbip ut Wasbl 



Mauain, Mar. 
lain ,ia Buraz i 
bean d' clued uj 

lir.KLis, March 8 —In tbo upper house or the Plat, i 
inn the debate to-. lay on the Scho .1 Inar>eetien eiil', I 
inarok mad,, a aiKi.itleant speech, exprea-aina » lear el 
dlaloyil iuiluanca of iho Catholic clorvy in proven* 
Ihe lUtiodection ol the tin man language inlo I'o 
sahools, he assured tho Conservative member* oi 
Dial Hi u Gov rnmaal did not inl .id to hn'-.k fiii.li a 
tuuir | arty , hut it would not submit io presaure. 



Eastern States. 

S'vw V nn, March fi —A Washington apcr'al »ay« lhat 

William On I 'resident of lho VY . V . Icle^r.pu Coin- 

pauv.soni a c tumauication to UonMreaa inforauiniji iheui 
ol bis unwilliagnoa.H to trausuut reports ol signatures in 
future at preaool rules. 

In Congrcas ih,' bill granting a portion ol ii ,at Island, 
Is iho harbor ol B»u Francisco, io lho i:.! 1 K. K ... cam- 
up. tfarga t expi nnd at. ii the oompsny altnitiltii: 
that an Brraag.'oienl ex.aled by wine. i lha latter c om 
a t taae tea* nr freight from Chuia nuleas a -ut east i. r 



atltna 
ii I dr 



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pipe 



the 



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Mta 



ommenti upon Surgont'a remarks, refurral 
In unniflroua lubsldiea io lliu I'acillc it It Co., fr. in 
which the ne-u who h.iili Ills road put mil lone into ihau 
own pookats, and now thuy were as-ini for addltuual 
lubaldiei. 



MARAVILLA COCOA. — No breakfats 
table is complete without this delicious 
beverage.— the Glo&e says, 'Various imp ute s 
and manufaoturera have attempted to attain a re 
putation lor their prepared Cocoas, hut wo doubt 
whether any thorough success had hern achieved 
iii-til Messrs Taylor Liriithcrs discovered tlio ex 
trao rdiuaiy qualities of 'Maravilla' Cocoa. Adapt- 
inu Lheir perfect system of preparation lo this 6n- 
cst ol all species of the Theobromn, th. y liuvc 
produced an article which supersedes ever j other 
Cocoa in tho market Entire solubility, a delicate 
aroma, and a ran: concentration of lho purcHt el- 
ements of nutrition, distinguish the Maravilla Co- 
boa abovo all others, fur hommopatha nod in- 
valids we could not recoimnena u more agreeable 
or valuable beverage. Hold in packets only, by 
all Oroeers of whom also may hi had Taylors 
liriitner's Original tlomojopathie Cocoa and Sol- 
uble Chocolate- Steam Mills — Brick Lam:, Lou 
don. Kxport Chicory .Mills, Bruges, Belgium 
nichl3 ta wa 



A Novf.lt y in Britisu Ccldmbia. — l'e 
La y Lumps n, Diiectftom the oelebrated 
maoafaotory'of Jamea Salmon. Perforatlap, 
Paging and Culling maohioee. The uliovo 
machines nre used in tho lur ; :r.Bi RinderiiB 
in ICnglnndj Canada aod tho Eastern States 
(or Perforating, Paging or numbering Cheques, 
Receipt* and Blank books. — Et. '!', Williams, 
ai M 'ttto T N aibbon & Co'b. * 



"Wo aro In recoipt of South African 
papers to t tie lf>Ui of December, from 
which wo gloati iho following in regard 
to tho now diamond fields) : 

Tho Diamond News ot the 2j of De- 
cember Buys ; 

A diamond of 113 carats; of Rood 
water, ia Paid to hnvo boon found at 
Robinson's farm by a Natal party. The 
luoky fin dor, who vulued the mono at 
Jj!iS,000, hiu gone hnrao to enjoy his 
rapidly acquired fortune. 

A Mr Rii88bl| who urrivod on tho 
fields tbie week, wua fortunate enough 
to take out an 8 earn', ntono from his 
claim at Da Toit'd Pun, beforo ho had 
been working two tninuto& ! 

Two or three hundred green apricots 
of aboutiho hize ofglusH marblosi v/ero 
sold on tbo market yosterday at eight 
shillingn ppr 100. 

Ooe anute ou the field are fetching 
2s 6 1 at retui 1 . 

Wo have been informod by no loss 
that: throediggers thut a huge diamond 
wus unearthed at Coleeberg Kopjo on 
Fiiday or Saturday last, Tho woigbt 
of the mono is su'd to be 1^045 oaia.8 1 
Nciitit r ol ou r informants) bad seeu 
the pr. cioii" gem hub ibey know purtief 
who bad I Wo have not bud the plouMiro 
of Being lho stono ourselves nor onn v?e 
uec- rtaiii its wLeroaboula. U.idt-r 
theso cireum»(.ttnoos, we take the liberty 
ol doub'iiig it.s esistance. 

Uur correspondent wriie't from Kilp- 
dnfi under dale uf Nuvombor 2L1J, as 
l Hows j Mr Moyi-re, a colonml-born 
gentlemau was in town yemeiday with 
a dtamoud of 25 curatu, whieh be 
louiid in tbe bod of iho river, somewhere 
ueor Dolport's llopo, A gentlenmn ol 
decided co or cunio 10 town ibis mortis 
ing with u diamond ol 30 oaraia which 
ho found ai Gong ffong. Mr Meyers 
bo (t hie diamond for £500. 

The JJiamond Field, ot thu 7th of 
December, unys Uiai a new rush ha" 
h on uiiidu to a pluco about a mile 
below i'orlorn Hope. Among other 
uiamoudd one of '22h carats hud been 
found, 

From tlio dif.mond fields, says tho 
Bofghtrdrop Ga~\f7e,tho most lainent- 
ablo ue'eouutB aro being receivod ot ihe 
increase ot fever and the terrible rajr- 
inli'y among tlio diggern. On one day 
Is is biiid that no les* tiian ono hundred 
poiHons had dietl at the fields. Tbe 
average number of deaths is computed 
lo bo twonly-fivo daily. From ono 
elnim we are told in tbo last week five 
.'orp-sos were conveyed at one timo la a 
Sco:oh curt. Many of tho digger", it 
is said, are leaving tbo fields to return 
to their homos till tho Wintor sots 
in. 

The papers to hand record much law- 
lessness, though tbo cendition of things 
ippcurn to bo improved. Several tuur- 
,lerr. of colored mon are reoordod. 

At hi^li noon on Wednosduy last, 
ejays tbo Diamond yews, of tho 2d Dec- 
ember, at De lK'or'b- NewKash, rottfng 
iu tbe bliiK iig eun, there, in the middle 
of tho camp there, t-titTuud stark, with 
t-lenclied lingers, lips drawn up a') us to 
reveal lho ivory whiteness of tho tooth 
and wi h lies clustering about eyes, 
moaib nnd nostrils, the body of a color- 
ed man, who baa died or wag said to 
uavo djo.i oariy in lho night. His 
mother wna at work closo by taking no 
mcro notice than if it had boon the 
uureuH* of n d:ig, and all that passers- 
by did was to Bay 'it was a shame — 
80uiub :, ily ought to prit tbo corpio out 
ol the way, 1 but no ono somineU to care 
to s ir ii Hiop to remove lho ghastly 
object from the public grzs. Douhtloua 
something w;is done in the matter bo- 
fore :;ightj but surely, even on the dia- 
mond Geldf, a p'eco oi old canvass or 
it gunny bag or a sheepskin miyht, be 
throwu over ;ho body of ,\ demi 'uigget' 
even, rathe' - tban suffered it to bo expos- 
ed ni gucli a disgraceful iniuiiior hour- 
ifter dealh end bonea'.h the blazing 
sun. 



A. Gilmohe, Mbrohant Tailor, andGeae 
oral Outfitter, has removed his place of busl* 
nebs to tho store adjoining the Colonial Hotaj 
and opposite the Colonist Office, on Govern- 
ment firceljIourtL door Irom.Yates, where he 
proposen lo give hia old 'riends aod new 
customers a chunce on the prinoiple of quwlr 
aaloa and small prr (its. 

Rich and rare Bre the suits the) wear, 

Who buy of David Green ; 
Within hid store a splendid atook 

Is nlwaye to ba seen. 
By every mail, the latest styles 

Arrive from Eastern marls- 
Prom Now York, London, FraDoe, Berlin 

And other foroign parts # 



Sandwich Islands Sugars 

2STOS, 1 33. 

FOR SALE 11*- 

FINDLA.Y, DURHAM & BRODIfJ. 

mh5 2vv 



COURT OF REVISION. 

NOTICE IH IIEUIillY «9irEtV TniT 
the Third Siltlnu ol the Municipal Court of H^fY 
io. will be held at the City Council Chamber, BrEd St 
ou luesd .y. March nth. at 11 o'clock, a ni ' 
l< y orilcr . WM T. LEIGH 

Victoria, BO, Mar. 6th, 1873. Clerk of '"»' Court. 



Periodic DIsordersi 



Thu paroxysmal maladies wlilch aro character- 
ized by heat am cold, prevail extensively at this 
si-aaon, and il in a o'uriouu fact that In many parts 
uf i io country where they are prevalent, other 
diseases, that bear no (ronoral rosemblance to 
f- i cr and ague, or roniittant fever assumo a perl, 
odic type, 'l'lius, in many sections infested with 
chills and fever, rheumatism, neuralgia, hysteria, 
dirrhcoa, ,tc, sometlnnca iiccomo intormitt.ant 
thereby indicating that they have been engender- 
ed by the same pois nous exhalations which pro- 
duce the tir^t named disease. 

Iu all these in u seed eases of ague — for -such 
they ure — is well u.s In tho regular ititermittents, 
lho most safe and reliable remedy that cau be ad- 
ministered is Iloatettcr'a Stomach Bittern. Nei- 
Ihcr quinine nor arsenic are needed, both aro 
in the highest degree dangerous and arc sure 
t.i leave sad traoea of tlitir poisonous notion in 
the system, whether they arrea' the parox.-dsm nr 
not. In many ius'ancea all the bj called specifics 
of the 'regular' materia medisa titieily fail to 
-bro-tk up' tntermittant and remittsat disorders. 
liui the great vegetable Tonic never fails* The 
spasm of the minute blood«vossqls which causes 
i lie chill, ii the result uf i ervous Wcekneas |iru- 
dueed bi the debilitating operation of an uuwhol- 
»ome atmosphere, and the tone and vigor given 
ta iho n iv. .us system hy the bitters enable it to 
throw oli'ihc disease. The wiser policy however, 
ia r> anticipate attacks of iliis nature by arousing 
all Hie latest energies of ihe body at the com- 
in nceinent of the moist and cliiliy Bcason, with 
tins iucomparible antidote By perming this 
course, intermittent «, rcmitten's, rheumatism, 
culiu, hillioinness, dyspepsia nnd pulmonary uf- 
(eotions may always be prevented. 

Mp.s. Lvnok's Dancino Acadimy in Khe 
Koyul Exchange Hall contiDuea to attrucl 
largo and respeot able a«Femblio3 of ludir' and 
genilemui. Thu regular class eveningp are 
Tuesdays and Fridays, from 8 to lu. The 
ola s is »nd will bo ulwuys kept iu u e-oo-t 
oloct ctjle, * 



Auspicious \uTi. — Its present outline 
shrouded in mystery like an unpenetrable 
Victoria fug, settled upon ot-a nnd land, with 
usky abovo so clear and beautiful. Each 
consecutive year since 1858 baa appeared in 
various forms, with the eame pertinacity, th 
announcement that Pookel and Office Diaries, 
nnd Almanaci are ruitdy fur the Season. 

T. N UlBBEN & Oo 'iuiW 



il£W GOODS 



-EX- 



ountain Ash, 



ENAMELLED 8AU0EPAN3 

do STEtVPANS 
MAS LIN KETTLES 
GALVANIZED BUCKETS 
NURSERY LAMPS 
TEA & COFFEE POTS 
BUTTE.. MOULDS & PRINTS 
QUOITS 
SKITTLES 

LADIES' GARDEN TOOLS 

CORN MILLS 

TABLE MATS 

SCONCES 

CORKS 

WILSON'S BUTCHER KNIVES 

do do STEELS a 

WILLIAMS' do do 
CASH BOXES 
SAD IRONS 
TAILOR'S IRONS 
CUTLERY" of the finest description 
FILES of all kinds 
WHEELBARROWS 4 
NORWAY IRON all sizes | 
HORSE SHOES 

Agricultural Implements 

Of every description, at prices to suit 

the Farmers 

BREAD PLATTERS & KNIVES 

CARPENTER3' TOOLS of all kinds A 
POST OFFICE SCALES 

Iron ana Steel. 

Nayloi's Steel % Octagon 
t° Ji do 

Jo 1 do 

do \X do 

do IH do 

do lift Pick Steel 

JonJue9& Sons, Natnbor S Roud 
Bent Sea HuokB. 

JohnJame8& Sons', Number 3 Kiib* 
Beat Sea Hooka. 

BHaACStSMSTII'S COAL. 

And a variety of other Goods too numer- 
ous to particularize, at 

EDGAR MARVIN'S, 

WHARF STREET, 

VICTOKIA. fol5 2p 



OURRIE & 00. 

FORWARDING AND COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS, 

SKEENA RIVER 

VSTII.I. im iMEirpAIlEU otV TUB Is 

V ¥ ol «|inl to carry 

Passengers and Freight 

Prom Skoouamouth to tlio Forks la 
FIRST CLASS BOATS 

Aud Forward (iinnh to tbe Omiucca 
j»ines with Dlspatcii. 

feZI 

TBFPEIISON rairiaH BXTBA Sfs.ocil 
Q*»N«;s)II TEA In 101b boxes 
JAPAN TEA in Xftand lib papers 
QUINA RICE Wo 1 

F0U SAI.R UT 

SPROAT <Sc CO., 

feBltn WHARF 8TKBBT. 



Mountaineor Saloon, 
Corner of Cormorant and Store Street a 

VICTORIA, V. 1. 

THE REST OF WINES, Li- 
quors and Cigars on bond 

TMBEE 

BOTTLBS OP BEER 

VOIl FIFTY CENTS ) 

mU2 6m p, QlfJJOAK. 

Ex Prinpe Alfred, 

EASTEioTcHEESE, 

GUNNI SACKS, Largo Sfza 

RAISINS iu 1-4, 1-2 and whole Boxes 

C0\«0l! & JAPAN TEA. 

FOll SALE I1Y 

fena imtf menxnn cark, Wharf si, 



' M l ■ » ■■ ■ I HI IHT IW - wrgtim i 



Hotels, Saloons, &c. 
Pacific Telegraph. Hotel. 

Htcro Street, between Hernld mid FlHgunrd, 
'.VIOTORIA.B. O. 

Andrew Astrico - - - Proprietor. 

THE MONT VOMNODIODS 6V (1I.RAN 
Hotel In Victuria. It Is conducted on the Kurope in 
principle, The Tublo Is supplied with the very best tho 
market adorns. 

HKAL8 stall hodrsof tlio day. Privuto DluingrooniB 
Cor Families. 

QBAKUBS— Board nnd Lodging per week, $6 60 to JO 
tO ; Board and Lodging par day, $1 ; BlngloitealB, 37 >» 
cents ; Ileds, 60 ccuts. 

Xxuiui— Uash la Advance. 

ffgu. A Klro-prooiiate n tho Llonso.-He. dels 3m 

BOARDING HOUSE, 

l'ort St, between WonRlnn & Broiul, 

j CONDUCTED BY 

MRS- Gr MASON 

Board and Lodoino pkh Week 87 00 

Board pkh Wy.sk. 5 00 

BoAitn and Lodqinq pes Day 1 00 

Single Meals. 37 

tfi-Hvory atleutlon paid to tlio couilort ol Boarder 
Iol9 

St. Nicholas Hotel, 

GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, ¥ I 

This Establishment 

la dov/ Open for the Reception of Guests 

Andla rooammondodtotheTravelingPnblloM a 

FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. 

THE ROOMS HAVE ALL BEEN 

REFURNISHED, 

Anil particular attention la paid to 

CLEANLINESS AND GOOD ORDER 

APARTMENT? will bo lot by tho DAY,WBBK| • 
MONTH, at a Great Reduction front Former Kates.and 
Travelers arc requested to Inspect the Hotel beiore leelcj 
Klnoccoioinudatiou elsewhere. 

J. FRIED, 

noMlm Proprietor, 

GLOBE HOTEJL, 

BRICK B-CJIX J I3iaNrG3-, 

FOUT STREET, next door lo llio Scotch House, 

THIS HOTEL IH NOW OPRN VOll TBE 
accommodation of Ibo Traveling I nbllo. 
The Bedrooms, both single aod double, are furnished 
In tbe roost elegant style-, there aru also comfort, bly 
lurnlshed Parloisfor lanolins. 

Board and Lodging by tho Day, Week or 
Month, at Moderate Rates. 

tbettacbd to Ibo Hot. 1 is a Par Poem well ttocked with 

beso brands ol Win. s, I Iquors and t.tgiir.. 
f ,.]t JOHN P I'KLI.i-.UKK, Proprietor^ 

Changed Hands. 
BEO¥N'9 HOTEL 

Brick Building, cor Fort nnd Douglas street*. 

THE ESTABLISHMENT IIAN BBBj" 
thoroughly renovated and icfurnisbcd, and will be 
open Tor the reception of gdfils on Tuesday ,Jan'y Dili- 

jvj- sjnnc hut tho best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars 
will be dispensed at the b..r. 

TERMS, 

Board and Lo Igiog per week $0 nnd $7 

Board per week » ou 

Board W day 1 00 

Single Meals 60 

Bens 60 

j„7 3ul OB BROWN. Proprietor. 



Ayer's Sarsaparilla, 

FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD 



A NBDIVINB THAT 
•es is a real public bles 
,„g, Ateii's J'AHS.t'-AUIILA 
SKA innkes l nsilivu cure ol a ftcr- 




pelled from ill 
determ 



aro gone lite di'i 
Ulceration* nt th 
Hung unil Ktupil 
Fire', Hose or Ery 



n are tho appear 
anc on the Biirf'ice of 
humours that should bo ex- 
l. Intel ii il derangements "re the 
<e Fame bumours to some internal 
se action they deranire and whose 
sand destroy. Atkk's S*nsAP*iut.- 
iur« from Ibo blood Whi u tlicy 
a i ii-- v pniiceo disappear such ac 
,-r. Stomach, Kidneys, l.ungB, t-mp- 
kea.SrS ot tbo M;in, St Anthony's 
e'ts, Pimp'es, 1 usttllc 



Bolls, Tumours, 'letter and full Rheum Scald Head, 
Ringworm, 1 ;eers un.l tores, Kheumulistn, Neuralgia, 
Fain lb tho Runes, tide and Head, Female Weakness, 
Sterility, l.eucorrbca aihing I r"in internal ulceration and 
uterine diseases, Dropsv, Dysp-p-li, fcmaciation nnd 
General Doblliiy. \V itb their departure health rolurns 

PREPARE,'.' BY 

DR. J. C AYER & CO, Lowell, Mass, 

Practical & Analytical Chemists. , 
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE 



Italian Manufactory 

"Ml COFFEE 



THE BUJr AimOLE FOR FAil I J USE. 
Prepared by 

JOHNSON STRCGr, VICTORIA,', B. C. 

rnii!! 17 NO BUSKIN HO TAKFH PI.KASURB 
JL I.. 1'iiiii in iing Vj tho public In general tnal ho i* 
will to bo to uid ut bis Old Sltn.l ni Johnson Stroots 
there ail Lovers of « l» W O aud I'VllH UOI'PKU 

cau b- supplied at a minute's nottco, 

Ooffee of the boss brands 

ALWAYS ON II AND and Daily Roasted and 
Ground, nnd carefully put up in 1 pound, 
papers, aud iu Tins L, 2, 6 nnd 10 Ibo. 



Business Cards. 



Boots and Shoes. 



A. Oasamayou&Co. 

COnilWIMMUir* HI EH CHANTS at WUOLE- 
aalu Dealers lu 

GroccFii's, Provisions, H.iv.iua Cigars 

AND FRENCH PRESERVES 
no4m 18 Yates Street, victoria, Vancouver Island 



Best Quality ONLY. 

FOR SALE AT 

SPROAT & C0'3 WHAKF, 
By 



Coal OQlco. atom street. 



R.SBABROOK, 

Agent. 



ARTHUR STRONG, 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND DUST 
MOVER, CESSPOOLS 

CI,EAIVHEn A'S' TBBH HHOKTEHT NO 
lice. Regulur days p-r moving dust— Tuesdays 
nTrsp ays and Saturdays. Ib preoarud to do all kinds 
or job work lu bin Hue at roasonsblo rates. 

Orders L IT at Isaac Johnson's IttTrounre Alley will 
bo promptly attended to 

Keflldenco, Dlscorery Btreet. next door toVlclori 
Brewery. s] 9 




Will few eTerytbJng needed in n family, from 
the heaviest to tho lightest fabric. 

IT DOTS ^lort!-. WORK, 

MOItli K1M>S OF WORK, 

AND K17ITER WORK, 

Than any other machine. 

If then- is it Florence Sewing Mu- 
chine within om- thonsand inilos of 
Sun Francisco not working well and 
giving entire satisfaction, if I inn in- 
formed of it, it will be attended to 
without expense of any kind to tho 
owner. 

SAMUEL HILL, Agent, 

10 New Montgomery Street, 
Grand Hotel Building, San Francisco, 

Sriift for Circular* and sample* of 
the trork. Active Agents wanted i»» 
ever;/ place. 

L BYH-BEAVETaT, 
fto 4m 'Aw VICTORIA, 



cr .s tiair 

FOE STORING GRAY HAIR 



^igor, 



TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY & COLOR 

Advanclnn y 




nc* 



ut 

ni--n; a n -I hereditary 
pre.iifpns th n , all tin n 

the hair gray : [;|. cr if 
them dlsi uses it lo tall 
i II pi i maturely; u .- ,-t 
lect ii iiutlghlly nnd nu 

,11 1 lu Ill-Ill ill 



^E2£k ^5-*' 4 «vJl - .4- ■ v -i ' ■ e- ii-i:nn ilr-i, I 
W ; .i.-,.::;^-'^, ,,..'. 



ALSO— Always on lianJ n la 



Aasorl meat or 



tm JE" BC <D fti. 

Ci'nslsling In |nirt ul : 
Black nnd White I'eprir, 
Allspice, 
Cloves, 

L'.unamon« 
Uiuger, 

.Mixed Fplce, 
Nutmegs, 
11 ace, 

California Mustard, 
Sage, 

thyme, kc, 

All ol which are Warranted Turo and Unad ultcratod 
tllcoly p it up In Bottlos and </ 2 I b. I Ins . 

Uerohanls Bhlppors In particular Will And it to their 
advantage In glfiug to I. ItaUHZsnnl a call for llio nbevo 
articles before importing them Irom abroa'i, as regard 
Quality and Prices. 

Orders promptly attended and neatly executed 
I. KAOAieXONI, 
f e «S ly Johnson Street. 

Sewing Machines ! 

JUST lUCCEIVRli FROM «;AIVAI>A 

SINGER'S k HOWE'S MANUFACTURE 

— AND — 

FAMILY MACHINES 

Sold Fifty per cent Cheaper than cvor odorod In tho 
inarkut. Lull and s,-e at 

Dalby, Wilson & Go's, 

Bt Nioholaa Building. Governmout street 



loit ha r; and always 
natural color. »liln b eloss and Ire buess nl >. ulli 
comnaraiive'y lew b.t'.l mi i gr.,y beads that we In 



your leatiires to their origin i! Soilness and agreeable 
expression. 

As sn elegant dn fslng for beuutlfylng the Hair II has 
no super uir. 

ruEPAiiEi; i ? 
an. j CAVEntv col, divkii,, mass 

Pr ictlcnl and An ilyti al Chi uiwtj, 
And Sold all round Ibo <toi Id . 

M(V)nE&Co. 
my'jn ly altw W 3tw Ii altw ,H hoi 'sale Agents. 

TH3 VICTORIA. 

ASSOOIATION. 
ST HICHOLiA SHALL 

(JOVERNMEN r S i'REE r, 

Krom 10 n. rn. lo I'J in i from Ji ll) li> 3 p. in 
OJomlnyi 1 hiirnrtny nnd r*nturdtiy 
fcvenliign. irom 7' jlo 10. 

Admission, 25c ; Use of Kkates 25cts. 

M ON ITILY TICKETS: 

GENTLEMEN 80 0(1 

I.ADIK-1 3 ()() 

EKTLKMAN AND LADY B t M 1 

AosiiEt otli , IBTI c 




ESTABLISHED 1858. 



WOllil) MOST RF8PE 
EUi LV call the attention of tbo pn 
lo bis 1 arge mid Well Assorted Stock 



ENGLISH AND AMERICAN 

fc BOOTS k SHOES, 

Which he is continual]; rcplenUhlnj 



GENTS' BALMORAL AND ELASTIC- 
SIDE BOOTS, 

UnequalM by any ho l.as heretofore Imported 




no Ins nlso on hand a large Stock oi 

GENTS' HOME-MADE 

WELLINGTON BOOTS 

All Of i,lii-h aro made of the Dent Material., 



A Complete Assortment of 

Leather & Shoe Findings 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



^REPAIRING NEATLY EXECUTED, 

REMEMBER. 

Every thing will bo Sold eKtremoly lo-w 
fo. Cash. 

GIVE HIM A CALL. 

ONE AND A LL, 

At his eld Stand, YATES STREET.oppo- 
site Wells, Faigo & Go's 




GEO H MAYNAED 

HAS REMOVED TO TOE 

SOUTflSlDE OF FORT STREET, 

Four doors above Government Street. 
Ho will keep a full supplyof 

Boots. Shoes & Findings 

And will furnish unstmners with Ihn bevt description 
oloustom mndeor forel»u goods ol the nrist la°blnnable 
shape. not6 Sm 



Boots &Shoes! 
Boots & Shoes 



Raihvnys. 



THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AKD 
PACIFIC RAILROAD 



The Oront Central laitu ~> lioi t Line. 

OVERLAND ROUTE, 

With ii* Connection! East and Went, In tin 
Shortest, Qulchoai mill beat Kuuto 
between tho 

Pacific and Atlantic. 

Via Hen Molars, Ko-I; Island aud Chicago 

THE QNhi BOVT8 CAKUVIiVU THE 
thrDiii;li i ivcrlaud Loiter [Mall, uiaki; g elude aocl io- 
liubla LOnuecttons .it 

O I^jCC X-HC 

With traiu.i arriving; from tho West by Contrul auo 
PaeiQo Kallreads, and at 

C I-Z X C ^G> O 

Willi all Kast Express Tra us V.uht, North and South. 

The most elegantly furnished Hloepliig,Cara o»cr used 
on any ratlrond are now built, owned .iuvt run by tuta 
company belwt.cn umaha aud Lineage. 

Through Hekets to all pclnta Kant can In olitQlned at 
the Company's oDJcn, 208 Muntfomcry street, s nil nt C 
P It R olllces in Jan t> rauclseu and f acramente. 
Uo euro your Ticicctn r.ud via Hock Island. 

A. Hi . M.IIITli, 
C.cn'l I'aH'cnger Ag nt, Chicago 
DDOn RIDDLE, Geu'l Sup't, l blcago. 

A. L. WAIT, 
Gon'l Ag'i inr Faoillc1tulos,; ; aD Francisco. 
no!2 ly dft » 



CANADA PACIFIC RAILWAY. 

OTIOIt I« III^tEllV OkVBN THAT 

ppiicutiou will he itade to the I'arlii meat ef 
Oanada al us ei-xt seiSK.n, Uir nu Acl to Iuccrporat« the 
Cenadu Pari fie hnilwiiy C< mpiiny, h r Ibe |iiirpriso ol 
constructii'g und workiug a railway from Lake Mpls- 
nin^, or son e oih«r p. iiil iu t. •■ I roviiico cl Ontario, 
connecting » ill; tic railway ly.tem - i Canada, to Fort 
Harry or Winnipeg in the Pioviice nl Manllolut. 11i--lco 
it, t tet le t.itortib Mn h pa'C ol the Hi i ky Meuutt ir.s in 
Canuilian leirlioij . .- mi.y b" U uud piattlcahlo lo Put 



I hi 



I In 



■ al-, 



i bo 
Iwul' pi 
n V;,nc 



It-land, il found advisable ; together uilli brunch lines 
Iroui u'-.r Wuu Ipig i ivei lo Ihu 1 ake ol ilie WikiOb, and 
Irom Fort (Jarry or M'iniil|e^ aloi-eH«-.il to Ptucbiuu, or 
such other point 1 1 i.late < u llio loundniy il tli« Pro- 
vince of Uaultuba as may conuect vi illi tho la'.U »J Eys- 
tem ol the United Sluti s. 

Al FKELi WADDINfiTON 
Ottawa, Di c 2 U71. UeSldftW 



Notice is lien by Given 

MCA'I E<»,>' V. 1 



111 AT AN A I 

bu made ut Ibe ni 
da lor an Acl lu lni 

iciflc 



orpi 



Tb< \\< 



■ tin 



i ni 



d woi kii ft n H a Iwn) eniumeiii mi; nl a p .n t at or 
r Vieloi la. in uuh - < lun bia, tbei uo losi iuo point on 
Knslorn Coafit el Vaucoui ur I.-. ..in! . and lium thence, 
biidge or steam o iiiiiiiuiieation, ly Sumo poiLt or 
its ou Ibe Wo.-teiu Ci.rut id the- Miiluiiu d ol Briliuli 
iniblal-otweeu tlio Jtnhiud filth palaleii ol ivortli 
oui I, 1 1 hi Ma in and • I In itu.li Co om- 



-. tbi 



ibo III 

llll 1 t i 



ky Id 



ilie Norlh W 
m id Norlh West Territories, where a Juuetiou « 
eBected Willi a hue ol railway Plaiting fiom tl e l a 
My stem in lue North lantern pan if Ontario am 

nine towards the Hncky Mi t-lns, with newer to 

such d jviaiiona and biaucli linn, to cuuutcl will 
Sraboaidof Vine uvcr Ikland or els' where is in 
advisable; nnd lor tl.o punueua ufonsad to csta 
equip and mniutatn t uch Kernes and Meaui Yeas 



be 



iKK it J.,CKSON,So:ief 



11 



Goods in hie Line, 



LOIVJ^T POSSinLEPUiCEFOR 'ASH 



ALSO— A VAHIKTV OV IIU.TIE Tl A DE, 
BOOTH ON IIAf« if. 



mmmmmu. 

COMPANY, 

BURRAHD INLET, B C 



workiug order aud capable ol Allium ordivlor 

ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF 

Lumber* :Timber< Spari>. 

.4: nprn as Reasona, 1 !!* rorms n any Ul I on tho Oon 

QUItlK I»I!«I»ATCII li.llAUANTE.UD. 

Oi-dt-rs received in Vic'orir, by 

LUOlttUN, CAMI'BKU, & CO, 
Or in Siu Franclsuo by 

! • DICKSON DiWOLF A CO. 



Insuranoe. 



NORTHERN 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

London and Aberdeen. 



CAPITAL - - £2,000,000 

S T JET3. J-. 1 1ST GJ- , 

All of which is fully Subscribed, 

AND IN AUDITION 

TholLiabiliiy of Sharclioltlcrs is Un- 
limitcdi 

Will Ink* Firo Risku in Victoria upon fu^ 
vorable terms. 

LOSSES settled promptly by th3 Agents 
without RcfercncB to Home Ollicos, 

Rates and particulars may bo had upon application 

to 

JAW ION, RHODES & CO, 

Agents for British Columbia 

Jai 3m-'p 



I M P E R I A L 

FIRE lftSU??ArVCE COMPANY, 

1 Old liioad Street and 10 Kail Mall, 
LONDON, 

INSTITUTED 1803. 

FOR HifiUltlNCI UODNES ANI> 6THTKR 
Buililings, tiooda, Wares, Meiclianilise, alauiifacturing 
nnd Karml ngHtoek , Ships In Port. Harbor or I *< ck.and tlio 
Carros <it nn-.li ships* also t-hl|lH building or icpniriue, 
Bargo and oilier Vessels on navigab e rivers ami canals, 
and(l-..ods on bond such Teasels, throne bout Great Bil 
uni :uiU Irelaud and in KontiuN loc.\Truci, 

PBOU LOSS Oil DAHAOl BT K I !! K . 

Subscribed and Invested Capital 

Ore .llllllon Six 1 1 unil red Thnil-uml Pound*. 

Rales ot Premium a„d every inioj milieu can bo oh- 
tiuied on application to 

\\ : I.: . . HITIJICT &•<'<>, 

AgoutS lor British Columbia an 

Wash niton lorri ory. 

CITY OF GLASGOW 
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

ESTAULI8HED 1838. 
INCORPORATED BY BPKOIAL ACT CP PARLIAMENT. 
("libMi-rltiod Cupltiil £t>OO,0O0 fl*. 

Tl KH ABOUT S>. FFEGTINU 

iUCC ilns ( umpany offe 
Ihu uu Jirsi.ned are euipnweri d to a 

WLLCU. KITIIUT Oc CO. 

Ttlp 



TO 
111; 



' nd i 



in j r. ss u c <-ic a i», 

Agen s tur ISruibh Cdfnmbia. 



TEA© StaiadanMl 

LIFE ASSUKA! 

COMPANY. 

OOVBUNOB 

UISQBACIE THE DUKE OK BUCOLKUCH AKDQUKIN8- 
UKURy.K. u. 

IHii-UTV GOTERNOBJ 

TnK RIGHT BON. THE KARL OF DALKEITH, H P 
TDK BItiHT HON 1HK EARIi OF STAIR, K. T, 

PKINCIPAI, C)FFI«ll!Wt 
3 A- 5 (ieorRO Htre.et, Eildiuburuh, 
H-i Kln« Wllllniil street, I r „„,,„„ 

» PnlTniall, Knet, j London, 

2.0« Upper Saokvlile Street, Dublin. 
MAiVA<:rcii and aptua st v : 

WM THOS.Tn0U.S0N, F R, S. K. 
tlOI.UMAIj .V iroltKI<;> HU4J11UTAUI 

D. CLUNIE OREUOK. 



Total amount ol Invested Funds, 
<£4,095,5c»9 10 2. 



Notices 



PUBLIC NOTICE, 

ESQUIMALT GRAVING DOCK, 



TIIEJ «OVHniVMIi!VT «!>' KStlTI.oiB 
OOLDMUIA Invltu n bders !o bu srnt In to tlio hand 
sad Works Olllco, Victoria, up to noon ol Ibe SOth March, 
1812, for tho construct Ion of a Graving Dock, at Esqui- 
mau, British Columbia, under tho guaruntco provided In 
wo Iftb section of tho 'terms ol I'nioo ol this Province 
with llio I orallliou of Canada, which sol Hon 1b lu Ibo 
lollowilitj winds : 
'llio Iiuixiiilon Oovernmentshall nn"rnrtfc tbo Interest 
UDlpletiOll nl till: work 



ra P 



o' fivo pi 
C100 in t 



date . I ii 
i pi 



nun on fuel. tun. Di t 
ij be required f. r llio 
constiiicllnn ol a li'st coss tiravlug luck nl Ksq>jlmolt. 

The dock Is lo be ol a rleur lengili ol net lets iliau 460 
feel, a sltar breadth ol 90 leet nt top and do feet at bot- 
ii-iii, nnil affording n depth ol water at ordinary hlj;h 
tide of not lees Ibiib 24 leet oil the sill, and lo ho sub- 
s'sntlnlly Ijutlt upon n site to be ti-hcKd nnd provided 
by lh«,partjr or pal liea i ndtilig, sul>|ci l lo the approv- 
alof the Uoveinineut. Piir ties ton doling ore required 
toHpeci'y Uni lime within which Ibey ptopofe le com- 
plete llio Hoi k 

ni o to be sonlod, supcrrcrlbrd " l'endors for 



nl Li 



Esquimau Grav.ng Lin k 
Coin 

L'ulumbln, nnd nrci 
Inj; tho exact dim 
built, tho uiudi ol 
therein. 
Parties desirous 



•tl lo the Clliei 
rorts, v ielorla, Brltitu 
Inns and drawings show- 
Deck proposed lo bo 
lid mutoilalfl to bo used 



isirous oi lene'erlnr, but won miy decline lo 
do so under tbe guarantee ubovo n.nnr.i ns lusufllcieut , 
are invited lo Under on lie ba'is nl such supplemental 
guarantee by tno I'loviocial Uovei nan nt, or other ttnan- 
clsl inducement as toey . uy suggi st 

HEMlY 11O1.11KO0K, 
ChlefromniisHloner of Lands k Worlia. 
Lauds J: Woik-, Olllcc, Nov 201b, ls>7 1 . no21''.atw 



iVOTIC K. 

SIIBRERV GIVIiN TP IS AT AW Al.PEt ' . 

belicul list i fall p.-rs lis v. Ith n Hie I Mncl ol N-nni- 
lo pay Itoad lax U r Iheyrar nj-2. Is 

1.1 1 1 I 11,1 tf* I n _ 



deposited in lb 
ptctod ut ull i 



t lie use, Naoiiiino, uui lan Le ln- 
'•'e le iirs. 

« ILLUM ETETVABT, C( Hector. 
Nunaiino, 1st F< b . I'-TJ. leiodaw 



E'lLJEILE-i; NOTACJ3. 



vroTirE hn si til 

ll an ul | Ii bel c»l list o 
piy Road Tii.1 I r the year 
Ci in v . Is deposi'H in the 
and ib open to 111 pec I ion , 



EBV nirciK THAT 

iill pernors who are liable in 



lUJliELMI, 

ctor ol KcndTas. 

Ii idd.iv,- 



Licences Ordinance 1867 

It is liertby uotificd lor genera! In- 
lormation that Licenses uodfi- the 
above Ordinauce lor llio current itall- 
ytar ending June 30ih, LS72, arc iJuo 
and payable a 4 tlio Cffice ol (he Sti- 
pendiary Magistrate, Das Hon Street 
Victoria, 

No liirilKE- itStimaUon will be given 
to those liable to pay Licenses under 
the above acf, 



By Or 




13 B HVOD, 

Clerk >o Stliiendlary Magiplrnto 



HO! FOE 0MI.8E0A ! 

THE CHEAPEST I10UTE TO THE 
MINE 3 ! ! 



tr.. OIHMICRVK -Gi 



edistrlo froi 
., VICTORIA 



H do Fan long 

ex "(iiT^aubin:-' 

QQ QUAUTCIt L'ASHH, 
JQQCAHas, 

FOR SALE BV 

LOWE, STAHLSfllNlDT & fO, 

fell 

PAR RON & MI 1 CHELL 

General Traders, 

FORKS «&' SKEENA RIVER. 

HAVlNfJ TBI E O.M.V KTOKRIIOIIsIB 
on tho Itlvor, all goods coi'ignod to u J lie niur. 
ed at roasiinnbhi rates and promptly lornardcd to t lu ir 
doBtinalion We aro responsible lur all &noi\x received 
by us, except in ease of lire. 

A Large Stock of General Goods 
an<t Winers' Outfits 

FOR SALE LOW 
Having al arge Fireproof col'ar for perishable goods 
arn prepared to store goods Inr the winter. 
fc3 k'Attiio.'V at UETOnELTi 



R. M&YXTAHD. 

0CU1DE.NTA1 BUILDING, FOHT !3T, 

Jiki Iteccivoil Per PACIFIC, 

Shoe Leather & Finding 

IN GREAT VARIETY, 
Uppers of ovary Description 
and Quality 

READY FOR BOTTOMING. 
Hoofs A: Shoes HHatle to Order 



5t< lJM>!;itNI<3^EO 

in lu>- llr.t opt nu 



n .v 7 

itS. W III 

a el the 



i L. f.ZjjL bo Ul " " 

Skeeo iiiv, r to nai u ali u , to 

Forward Freight and Passengers 

And ofTor every laci'lty to tlio n veMug publle. 

& Large number of Cauoos ou hand for 
Sale or Hire. 

PROVISIONS here 



SAVE 



VI E, 

4 1 



or mi 

Apply in ni aud 

'I KOUBLK 

HVINOIIAJl 



EXPENSE 
eairvi* in. 



Winter Arrangement 

MS' ' 




OARIBOO EXPRESS, 

W!»,7. ii* ni«v*ATciiRr» Pit on rmi 
Victoria Olllco, Vates street, byttic tint "KNTliK 
PHISL" alter every an Ival ol Ibe Callforula eteumer. 

Ic'J If. J. BIA CS .X A 0tl> 

I.D LOW EM BERG 

liiCAIj ESTATE AtiKNT, 
Qovernment ottent, nortr cornpi of Kronghton 

1117 II. L, I'AV PAIITIOIII.AU ATTKNTION 

VV to soiling, purchaslOKaudlouslncproporty ;tono 
gotlatlDE loans and transacting everyililiid connects 
wliii Eeul KhLuIh business. 

Mapsol all the II Unroot IHMrlctr; on the Inland may bs 
DoenathisoMcc, Parties desirous ol purchsslnft homo 
nlcad:i, or making investments, will Und on his Bulletin 
' llimril Icwn Lots on noarly every strei 1 1 Farmtnirol 
QarrJunlug Land lu every Olatrirt omool viUlcb aflord's 
raraohauoeforjnvostnieut . 

Money nu bond and mortr.agc to u an, In cumBto nuit 
Ihedomands. 

Convovnnccaof every discripticn c'ono nl rousm 
ablf ratrs, uU ltn 



Steitz's Bakery, 

COFFEE and CHOP HCUSE, 

VATKS aTKl KT, opp, the Adelphl r-idoon , 

\XTll.t. RE OPI'.N '[ <► -stOK Htllll^IC 

V» on V ial lay iii rmnu;. the llllh Knbrusry. 
The utidrri-i^ued r'-npecllullv riqiieniH the patronage 
ul tn«lr formi i lr cuds an I Hie public g.ni i illy, 
fell .SH-.il/, BRi IS. 



Ayer' s Cherry Pectoral 




,1 Im 



i wurih hiiM ii : in t on ly 
ha i nutty utiioii"", mint 
r\ \ ruopi nary vrirture - 

\ ill 1 n ropuUt.uii ur malt) 

< .1 It r t« l.H A TBK fl 

ItH V I Kl Tl UAL 1 B hna 
,i know ii in the i ubl c 



Annual Revenue, £703,450 59 9 

GENT IN VIOTOllIA 

uouiiiiT nourvABV, 

fel5 Uui-eriiuieniatrret 



STAND Ji K.I3 

Life Assurance Comrjaioy 



BEAD OFFICK, 3 A. 6 QKOHQB SKKFT, FBINQDRGQ 

munnu I s - Ki.va Wihub St»ist a.vd 
J.OiNUU.M. j 3 ,, lLL JUu tA8IfWo , t End oiHce). 

EIGHTH DIVISION OF PROFITS. 

TimlliPoaT of tho Invcstisatlon of Hie Com, snv's At- 



run, and Hivlslou 
1870, can be had o 
pall} 1 's HnuiOti tJlIn 



appne ,11 
os or Age 

Idsd Pr. f 



, li.ii. 

The Brnrtua Fcsn rflvldod amon? the Polir.yli lilers Ii 
1S1U aiuuuuie.l to the large turn ol £331.691 1S». 

Axsuai Iscosie upwards ol £700,009. 
iHvrsrun fvsns upwards of £4.000 000. 

itijustiitT isustjiA H \ Agcci, 



t.l'J 



Ictoria. U c. 



PucsHis Miq Assurance 
COMPANY 

LOMBARD STREET ami UHA R1HQ OROSB 
LONDON. 

H3s-ta.ioiisliocl 178a 

For [usoring every kind of Prcpertj 
iu ail parts of the World Jrow 
Loss or Damage by Fires 

ryiHEPROSIPTITODBANDLIDBIlALITT WITH WUICh 
JL lloorjglgimcnts are .1 vayBinst by I his 'Joapony are 
well known, a nd tlio i mportauce of its relallous with lbs 
Public may be estimated r r om the tact that Hince il s us 
ibiishment,ll lias paid morolhan Nine Millions Sterlloe 

discharge o, jlaimsfor Losses by Fire. 

The Bocurllyoflorcuto the public by the I'liccnii IHP.ci 
I iunllmlted,comprlHlngln addition to the large invested 
cnpitnl ol IhoCompauy the wbolefortunes, lar.meroui 
proprietors .compoeod ol some ol the most opulent 
merchants and others In the United Kingdom. An 
uunl a nd short time 1 naeraneep srsefleeted uponnll kind, 
efpropertyin Vancouver Islaudaud Urillah Onluiub Ii 
..ii the mostfavoraMeternifl . 

Prompt casn iiayuu.nl and lull poivei to fettle nil looses 
indolalms w Ibuutrcforrlcg lo the Head Olllcc In Lon 
don. 

Rales and Particulars of Inenrsnce may bo had n i p. 



alien to 



111 



► kill Indeed Hie Ciieuiit I'm *u Ii.k y lObhort 
these darien-ons diui-iiH.-H . f tin i. t 1 1 nr Ha gr, at nxtenl 
and irlven n reolln - ul lin-uuiillt lr. m Ihelr lalnl cll.-cts, 
wlileli la wll nun. di-. 1 . i: lb- rem .ly I- taken in m'uson. 



TH03. C NL'TTAI L, 

Agent, 

Oovernmen i st reel 

Oppnsll - Masonic EIa.li. 



sho 



..ly 



Kee,i ll he you tor Ihi pi 
ack«, and by II lime y u 



Dr. J. C. A¥Rll a CO., Lowell, mass., 

PHACTIOAL AND ANAl VT1CA1.0IIK1IIST3, 
And Hold by druggUts all round Ihc wi i I I. 



W. O. S. SEE LET, 

ORGAN and PIANOFORTE 

3TTILDBK, 

Toner and Repairer ol all (Rinds of 
Clusical lusiruiucuts. 

Charges Very Reasonable, 

Ovi'iM* itoit hai.r i.oir TimrnEAtj- 
llful Organ, prusorvod I rem tlio II -e ul I brlFt i.'liurc Ii 
Cathedral, nnd a urn Hell iied .ml iiiipruved with Lorn 
puMtlun Pednisand gold front 

All orders loft al tha Australian Holol,' Jainoa Hay 
Rrid^e, will bu promptly MtcudeJ lo. oca 



THE UNION INSURANCE COMP'Y 

OF SA .N HIANCl.-'CO 

"JMl A.RINR 

INDIVl D (J A L LIABILITY 
Capital Stock - - - $750000 

For Insuring Merchandise, Tr. a^nre, Couimlsslons, Pro 
tltn,«v.c. Forlnlormat'on, llatesof t'r.-iulain 
sic, apply to 

LOWE, MTA«3!.M4'»B.'5lir>T Of CO. 

ocll)3ni Air cuts 

Strayed— $10 Reward ! 



BBITISD COLUMBIA SAVINGS 



VICTORIA OFFICE. 

DKPOSITOHN Alt:: IIGQrjEKTED TO 
leave tin lr l ass Book? nt Ihn Treasury any d ,v ilur- 
inglhe week, oral ihe nib cnice, Gov.rimint street, 
(open from lz 10 1 o'oleckj m Mondaj s, »ertne« ova 
and I- rid ay 8, t,r .hepurpo.e nf having i,, b erted ilc a'-, 
crue.l itili r. si al tl.n clceo ol la 1 "!. 

By cr^er ot the cotnni s-iuners. 
V rm.B0.Fob 17 .^«"W»«*ia 



nl Hi.- Publi 



NOTICE. 



rNFOROIATIOIV 

generally, .Not ice IS uoreb) given, thai 
Land, iylug lu ilia .-outh nu J Meat of 
ii-rt'tot >re ueeu anil eonllnues'lll to be 
iiAvernment of it It ista I oUiinbin, snd 
idsu o therefore not open loprortmp. 

OFO. WA1 KFM. 
Plilef Commissioner ol Lan is & Works 



APP0IKT.1IE3T 



ereb 



7th Feb, 1572. 



TjlW KXCKLI.RJVCV TUB MBUTKIV. 

i.1 „:. i (,u v.-iiee bus been pleased to appoint William 
J-sastn UiViE Iso.to bo a Meinbor cl rlie Muni, i,„,| 
n rt ol i.iv,., m, undor Cection I Bnlidlvmen Irt ol iho 
"Vtc.uria lluuicipal Auiendioeoi Ordinunce lt.67 " 
tell 



N 



Crown Grams Ordinauce, 1870s 

OTICE IS IIEHEOV CIVRN III AT I 

mall, In aeconlance ivub Ibo profitless <.| tho 



Crown lirant. o dint.. 
Three tfnntlis in in the date 
ul al rn« n Oriint to 

JODI Ml \\ run nl -'illMir'-au 
said to cunt-iin 3.39 aci 

Ul sohj'eMnn be made 

lime agui est tu - issue then 



Land Registry, Fi b 2nd, IS72. 

NOTICE. 



I So 7, Kevcastlo 1'own, 
no in writing In the mean 

II il W A IK MAN, 
Urgisirar Qeneral- 



LAYI.NG OVER CLAIMS. 

f\y AKD A FTfiB 1-1 NOVUM IIBR,1H7I 

v/ all MluiugUluiins u 1 arilion D.otricl are herooy 



' until 20th ■ ty. Ii 



II M BALL, 

A.O . 



PICOVl.NUU; op ',; ir ><.■■■■ ;j COI>UJlHIA 

API'0L\TMK1VT. 

I'oiovnt c i chctiiiy's ' rr.c Ti , .1 ui 15lh, lf>72. 

n»** KX« , til.I.»>.N»ll -s II th. l.lliUTKfV- 
iii t Oovornor has I >i ,i plmne.l In ai,| u;m the Hon- 
ourable llei ry Hon o 1; ,., be n -\ iniilllcuil member o 
the txeeutlvo Cou oil ol the I'revlncoof Untnh Cohimbla 
PI 



RE 8. DOWN, DECEASED. 

PRKHONM ilAVIcVU I.'I.AIVIH A it A irVHT 
HiontuoffS I I own. lute .1 Victoria, It. c. 

wbn d oil in October last, aro i . Held in mob cluimi tii 
mo; and persons n . in. d to Hie nan.ii tmaio uie re- 
riuested 1 1 piy such di hie lo me in mudlntcly 
LIlHIN JnllNrO.N, 

S i .1 ..r in the Elf color. 
Maionlc Hall, Victoria, Feb 211, 187J. Ie27 IiuJtw 



I^KOAl TUB PIBB BUMFS «)5< - MR. RKI 
Korlh .-aaiiicli InNoveniUur las. four Cows and a 
bull call. Ilia Oiiwi were branded "iW." Whoever 
will give soeli Info' niallon as may lead tn Ibe recovery 
ol the tonne will rcco vfl S<HJ l"r their trouble. 

Inriirmatliin mho kit at Ibis UUlc-i, or with Mr p.«ld. 
Nor tii Sauolell . fellM&w ' 



NORWAY OATS 

DVCBn p 

! CO'tJ Heed Stll 

Vatrn street, Victoria 



FOT HAI.IC AT RRDVCBII PICKIKN 
nt * AY i- CO'ri Heed Stl 



Oak Wood For Sale. 

Ann oobb« op <>ak ivooo- 

**UU Cut lwo Vesrs. Apply to 



aol3 *m 



V, J, KINO, 

FiilrUoldFnrra. 



MR. HELMCKEN 

M.« V R IM.tlllU t;rti!< AT HIM CFFH7E 
Victoria between the bourse! f »u I 12 in Hie nior 
umgat Ills ruildcnco, Jiimcn Pn^.iu lha evening. 

J-i! 

In Liqisidatioi!. 

TA MERTIrVCJ OP THE H It III S BH 

1 1 u --- Wlinlfug "- 



A 1 oluml 
20th Hoc, 1-71 
I y vo uutary 
Hi t- heson iv. 



In i 



tilulli: 



III |K 



.III II. 



.1 llnu di. 



ii, held on llio 
rind a ii tin, Unuipatiy 
n Wallace and Jnnii s 

m lutloii. Hi" ini.'or- 
:li.|ins agalust tbr said 
i ir i-lllce on or bolero 

: i' cniil rant lha etitirn 
uling tba tcboon< 



slgmd rrqueal nil pi 

Ceinpany t h mil In i he tuuie to 
the loth day ol Fi In nary ii"Xt 

'I hoy also offer lor sale by prh 

Ida in and Btoi k nl Iho C any. „„ , K „,„ „ , 

Kate, an , he new lie, at nickson, L'smpbell & Co'B wlmi f 
well lo-inil In p.iila. anchors, A-c, lie, 

A fchedu.o of the pi ml can be .seen at tho ofllce of llio 
llqniilators. 

Mioiil.l tin, property not bn ilir|iiincil nr by private silo 
boforo the 20llidsy ol FLbrunry. the whole will bo bold 
by public auollon en luosday tin- lOtb d iyot March 
WALLA0K UUtUHKfiHN, 

VlilorlB, Ii 0, Jan 25th, 1 ,72 U " wbl 



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